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To a gentleman who has de. 
Waltham School System, both as a faculty member and as an adminis- 
trator; a man devoted to his job, his friends, and his students. 

We the class of 1973 join with all those who have shared with him 
the experience of these many past W. Now- l^inn „f hi c 



retirement, we here present dedicj 
Almon W. Morang. 



the occasion of his 
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Dr. Fredrick J. Stokley 

Superintendent of Schools 




Mr. George E. P. Husson 
Headmaster 



John J. Daddona 
Deputy Superintendent of Schools 





James J. Cannon 
Assistant Superintendent of Schools 



Joseph D. LoPresti 
Assistant Superintendent of Schools 




Mr. F. Joseph Levey 

Assistant Headmaster 




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Mrs. Josephine Hughes 
Secretary to the Principal 



Mr. Almon Morang 
Senior Housemaster 



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Mr. Gerard J. Belliveau 

junior Housemaster 



Thomas F. Neylon 
Sophomore Housemaster 






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Mr. Ernest Viscarello 
Director of Occupational Education 

Reporting in the morning, Mr. Viscarello has his work clearly set out 
for him, and the faculty feels quite assured that the school is in good 
hands. 




Miss Clara Graceffa 
Secretary to the Director 
Miss Graceffa's work is greatly appre- 
ciated and her personality is enough to 
brighten the dullest day. 




Mrs. Josephine Lucchese 
Secretary 
We will remember her as 'the cheerful 
one in the office." 




Mrs. Geraldine Keefe 

Secretary 

We're happy to have her with us, even 

though she has to make sure that 

our absences are 'legit' 



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1973 
MRS. CAMPBELL 




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Dear Mom, 

We thank you for your understanding and compas- 
sion throughout our past three years. Whenever 
possible you came to our aid and proved to be a 
friend. As we approach our futures and we no 
longer can reach for your hand, we say Thank You. 
It is with love and gratitude that we ask you, Mrs. 
Marion Campbell, to be the Class of 73s Honorary 
Senior. 

Love, 

Your Class 






They are not long, the weeping and the laughter, 

Love and desire and hates 
I think they have no portion in us after 

We pass the gate. 
They are not long, the days of wine and roses: 

Out of a misty dream 
Our path emerges for a while, then closes 

within a dream. 

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Janice Abelli 

141 Prospect Hill Road 
College 

"I am not afraid of tomorrow, 

for I have seen yesterday 

and I love today." 

William Allen White 
Senior Revue. 



Christin Ahlstrom 

32 Temple Road 




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Daniel Alden 

70 Fir Avenue 
Business 

This was my best year. I had lots 
of fun. 

Basketball;- Baseball; Skiing; Ten- 
nis. 





Elizabeth E. Allen 

381 Crescent Street 
College 
National Honor Society 4; French 
Club 2, 3. 




Peter Allen 

39 Rich Street 



Nancy Anastasi 

25 Bright Street 

College 

You can say "I want to be free," 

I can say, "Someday, I will be." 

James Taylor 
Senior Revue. 




Dave Anderson 

251 Bacon Street 
Business 





Ellen Andrews 

750 Trapelo Road 
College 

This vivacious cheerleader will al- 
ways be remembered as the one 
who always lost her voice. Her 
friends will remember her most 
for her kindness, help, and gen- 
erosity. Ellen, remember us all . . . 

Teen Council 3, 4; House Office 
2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Prom 
Committee 3, 4; Senior Revue; 
Ski Club 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3; 
Cheerleader 4. 



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Pamela J. Angelo 

16 Warren Avenue 

Business 

"Time is not measured 

By the passing of the years, 

But by what one does, what 

one feels, 

And what one achieves." 

Jawaharal Nehru 

Senior Revue. 





Victoria Anthony 

221 Temple Road 



Stephen Mark Antonellis 

34 Wayne Avenue 
College 
"You do not believe, although 
you have seen." 

John 6:36-37 
Band 2, 3, 4: Studio Orchestra 4; 
German Club 2, 3, 4- 








David V. Annecchiarico 

49 Phillips Circle 



Deborah Ann Antonellis 

27 Grove Road 
College 

"Do not lay up for yourselves 
treasures on earth, where rust and 
moth consume, and where thieves 
break in and steal; but lay up for 
yourselves treasures in heaven, 
where neither rust nor moth con- 
sumes, nor thieves break in and 
steal For where thy treasure is, 
there also will thy heart be. For 
these are the true riches of your 
life." 

Matthew: 6 
Chorale 3; Italian Club 2. 









Angela Apruzzese 

13 Summit Street 
College 
Gymnastics 4; Tennis Intramurals 
3. 



Joe Apruzzese 

13 Summit Street 
College 
The roving cameraman of W.H.S. 
Future plans include attendance 
at the New England School of 
Photography and a career in 
portrait photography. The next 
Edward Steichen? Joe. 
Crimson Crier Photographer 2. J, 
4: Student Council A.V. 2; Wres- 
tling 3. 4; Yearbook Photog- 
rapher 2. 3. 4: Camera Club 3, 4- 



Stephen Archdeacon 

29 Greer Street 




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Tony Arena 

124 Russell Street 

College 

"I was dreaming of the past, 

and my heart was beating fast; 

I began to lose control, 

I began to lose control." 

John Lennon 

Baseball 2, 3, 4. 



Jeanne Arena 

11 Richgrain Avenue 

College 

"You who are on the road must 

have a code that you can live by, 

and so become yourself . . ." 

Graham Nash 




Stephen P. Arena 

159 Copeland Street 

College 

'And the treasure of your infinite 

depths would be revealed to your 

eyes . . ." 

Kahlil Gibran 

Latin Club 2, 3. 4; Ski Club 3. 4; 
School Newspaper 2. 3. 4; Senior 
Revue; Explorers' Club 3; Na- 
tional Honor Society 3; Model 
U.N. 3. 





Frances Arnold 

43 Stearns Street 

College 

Once you are real you can't be 

ugly, except to people who don't 

understand. 

Yearbook Representative 2, 3, 4; 
Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior 
Revue 4- 




Leslie Arnold 

4 Beaver Brook Road 
Business 
Leslie will always remember her 
friends at Waltham High. Her 
future plans include marriage. 
Good luck, Leslie! 
Senior Revue; H-Club. 



Carol Arsenault 

26 Park Street 
College 

". . . Yesterday is but today's 
memory, and tomorrow is today's 
dream." 

Science Office 2; Senior Revue. 




Denise Arsenault 

100 Charles Street 
Business 
"Frenchie" readily admits that she 
has thoroughly enjoyed her three 
years at W.H.S. An enthusiastic 
joiner, Denise has participated in 
many extracurricular ' activities. 
She is also an ardent sports fan. 
The constant companionship of 
her many friends at W.H.S. will 
be sorely missed as she enters the 
work world as a secretary. 
Pep Squad 2, 3 Co-Captain; Senior 
Revue: Talent Show. 





Kenneth Arsenault 
10 Wyola Prospect 



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Leo Arsenault 

100 Charles Street 
"To be or not to be." That was 
my question. 

Intramural Basketball 2, 3; Bas- 
ketball Team 2, 3. 4; Senior Re- 
vue; Talent Show 4. 






Roger Arsenault 

24 Leonard Street 
College 



Susan Arutunian 

51 Prospect Hill Road 
Business 
Senior Revue. 



Francis Joseph Attardo 

26 Oakledge Road 
College 

"Live while you live, the epicure 
would say, and seize the pleasures 
of the present day." 

Philip Doddridge 

Baseball 2, 3, 4; Football 4. 




Rose A. Attardo 

1 1 Bellevue Street 





Denise M. Aucoin 

14 Hamblin Road 
Business 

The important things are those 
remembered after everything else- 
is forgotten. 







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Edmond Aucoin 

134 Totten Pond Road 
College 
"Oke" will long remember his 
high school years, especially those 
long, hard winters at the Boys' 
Club pool. Eddy enjoyed Physics 
with Mr. Nelson and Electronics 
with Whoopie. 

Swim Team 2. J, 4, Co-Captain / 



Mary Ann Aucoin 

55 Chestnut Street 
Distributive Ed. 
Science Office 2. 3: DEC A 4. Sec- 
retary. 




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William Aucoin 

31 Chester Lane 



Debbie Aunchman 

44 Eddy Street 
College 

Well Alright! And God said, "Be- 
hold, I have given you every plant 
on all the earth; to you it shall be 
given for meat." 

Genesis 1:29 




David Austin 

9E Prospect Hill 





Dickie Aucoin 

25F Dermody Road 
Vocational 




Angelo J. Aversa 

31 Lura Lane 



Gunter Baburins 

19 Highland Street 
Distributive Ed. 




Diane Badger 

108 Felton Street 
Business 
If not running down the halls 
with Debbie, Diane could be 
found in the Caf. with Deb, Deb- 
bie, and Anna. Her warm smile 
and desire to become a secretary 
will take her far in the business 
world. 

Senior Revue; Work-Study Office 
4; Guidance 2. 3- 

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Barbara Baker 

60 Alderwood Road 
Business 



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Steve Baker 

Richgrain Avenue 





Susan Baldaro 

9 Douglas Road 
Business 
"If a man does not keep pace 
with his companions, perhaps it 
is because he hears a different 
drummer. Let him step to the 
music which he hears, however 
measured or far away." 

Thoreau 




Edward Ballo 

88 Willow Street 
College 

"Living is easy with eyes closed 

misunderstanding all you see . . ." 

Lennon — McCartney 196 7 



Steve Barder 

17 Hawthorne Road 




Anthony Barrile 

543 Lexington Street 





Janet Barry 

137 Russell Street 
College 
"Life was meant to be lived, and 
curiosity kept alive. One must 
never, for whatever reason, turn 
back on life. Bye, bye, Andie 




Mary Elizabeth Barry 

137 Grove Street 

College 

The hour is getting later. 

It's time we had begun 

knowing something's one thing, 

But the race must still be run. 

Aviation Club 4: Social Studies 

Office 4: Nurse's Office 4- 



Timothy Bauer 

258 Linden Street 




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Linda M. Beaudoin 

150 Hawthorne Road 
College 

"You know that I'll miss you 

But strangely, I'm glad. 

Gonna make it alone, 

And that's what's so sad." 

Melanie 

Cheerleading 2, 3, 4; Gymnastics 
3, 4; Chorus 4; Senior Revue; 
Swimming 3, 4; Ski Club 2. Sen- 
ior Prom Committee. 



Peggy Beecy 

39 Marlborough Road 
College 
Beece will be remembered for her 
perfect attendance and her "fa- 
mcus" parties. She enjoys Rusty 
and no school, 3 days a week! 
Some nurse, sunshine — Good 
luck, Peg. 

Basketball 2, 3; Sivim Team 3; 
Senior Revue. 




Anne Marie Begin 

83 Hillcroft Road 
Business 
Anne Marie can always be seen 
at most of the after-school activi- 
ties, such as the basketball and 
football games and most of the 
wrestling matches. She plans to 
study business at Mass. Bay and 
hopes to become a secretary. 

Tennis; Volleyball. 





Loren M. Belida 

91 Harland Road 
College 
Loren is known by most only as 
the kid from Cedarwood with the 
black Firebird. "Well, all right 
now." 




James J. Bell 

3 Freemont Terrace 



Karen M. Benasky 

150 Russell Street 
Business 
Known for her practical jokes, 
Karen can be seen at 7:30, going 
down the hill instead of up it. 
Bye, Andie. 

Senior Revue: Tennis Intramurals; 
Senior Prom Committee. 




Cathy Bennett 

12 Chamberlain Terrace 
Business 
Mr. Morang's Office 2, 3, 4- 





Stephen C. Benson 

90 Chaffee Avenue 
College 
If I wasn't seen in the Caf with 
Mike, Paul, Bill, or Ken, I would 
be seen slaving over a stove in 
Chef class. 
Walt bam High Bowling League. 



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Nelson Bent 

179 Adams Street 
Keep your eye upon the donut 
and not the hole, but don't de- 
pend upon something like eggs. 
Drama 3, 4. 






David Bergeron 

Dale Street 
This "big, blue-eyed" mouse will 
be remembered for his outgoing 
personality and his friendly 
smile. He'll never forget all the 
great times at Brigham's with all 
the kids. 



Susan Ann Beto 

117 Pond End Road 
College 





Jay E. Bigman 

20 Linden Street 
College 
Go, Johnny L. Thanks for the 
birthday, Cindy. First friends: 
Debbie, Carol, John, and Sam. 
Special people: Linda, Joyce, 
Marybeth, and Bernie. Thanks, 
W.H.S. 

Senior Revue; Lacrosse 2, 3; Mir- 
ror Staff 4; Football 3. 4: National 
Honor Society 3. 4; Intramural 
Basketball 4. 



Mark C. Bergeson 

1714 Trapelo Road 

College 

Just roaming around, from town 

to town, beatin' my chevy into 

the ground. 

Chess Club 3; Debate Club 3; 
National Honor Society 4- 




George Bilikas 

16 Graymore Road 
George can be seen after school 
at the Wal-Lex with Artie and 
Joe. 
Fo ,iball 4; Art. 



Joe Bergantino 

51 Bruce Road 
Work-Study 
Down at Ned's . . . times with 
Dale. 

Varsity Wrestling, 3- 




Walter Bibikow 

17 Elm Street 
College 

"I hope, that our journies through 
life will be happy and fruitful; 
yet they should not be made at 
the expense of others. Perhaps 
then, in the end, we might be 
judged by what we were, not 
what we could have been." 
Drama Club Vice-President 2; 
German Club 2, 3. 4. Treasurer 2. 
President 3. 4: Russian Club 2. 3. 
4, Advisor at Large: Spanish Club 
4; Photo Club 3. 4; Mirror I Pho- 
tographer) 3. 4: Crimson Crier 7 i. 
4; "This Week at Waltham High" 
3, 4; Thespian Society 2; Teacher 
of Photography. Mini-Course 4. 




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Roger Joseph Biron 

95 Upton Road 
Hockey 2, 3, 4- 



Christine M. Black 

15 Prospect Street Avenue 

College 

"He who prayeth best who loveth 

best, all things both great and 

small . . ." 

Coleridge 
French 3; FT A 2; Senior Revue. 







Tracey Blumenreich 

87 Hobbs Road 
College 
"Only in the dark sides of living 
is there a comparison by which 
we renew ourselves in the bright 
side . . ." 
Art Club. 





Dennis Boudreau 

20 Bowdoin Avenue 




Edgar Boudreau 

22 Yz Rumford Avenue 

Ed plants to continue his trade 
in auto body work. 



Louis Anne Boisvert 

155 Ash Street 
College 

Louise could always be seen talk- 
ing in the corridors with Annette 
and Joanne. 




Patrice Bolduc 

249 Florence Read 

College 

Begin at once to live, 

And count each day 

as a separate life. 





Jack Bordenca 

39 Pleasant Street 
College 

When not seen with a paint 
brush, Jack is seen with Robin. 
Jack will be remembered for his 
shining personality and his abil- 
ity to flirt. 

Senior Class V.P. 4: Senior Re- 
rue; Art Department 2, 3. 4; 
Mayor. Student Government Day 
3. 



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Kevin Boudreau 

41 High Street 
Business 
Kevin can always be seen at Brig- 
ham's with the kids or being very 
sociable. His charm will get him 
far in life or maybe just through 
high school. His favorite pastime 
is gong to work one day out of 
five. Remember Kev. P.I.C. 
Senior Revue 4; Talent Show 4; 
Harvard Club 2, 3, 4- 








Paula Marie Boudreau 

12 Plant Road 
College 

"Some men see things as they 

are and say 

Why? 

I dream things that never were 

and say 

Why not?" 

Robert Kennedy 
Senior Revue; Pep Squad. 




Regis J. Boudreau 

14 Stearns Street 
College 
Reggie will always be remem- 
bered for his participation on the 
Hockey Team. He can be seen 
next year at Bentley College skat- 
ing on the Mill Pond with the 
ducks. He plans a career in ac- 
counting. 
Hockey 2, 3, 4. 



Arthur Frederick Bowen 

4 Charles Street Avenue 
College 
Jay, Debbie, Liz, Carole M., 
Nancy D., Sue, Mark, Herb, Pam, 
and Duck . . . English with Ms. 
Furne and Drams with Mrs. D. 
. . . Mr. Rourk and Miss Dunfey. 

Library Media Aide 2, 3. 4; Tal- 
ent Show 3, 4: Theater Arts, One- 
Act Plays 4. 




Robert Bower 

38 Washington Avenue 
Vocational 





John Arthur Bowles 

239 Arlington Street 
Vocational 

My first year with no sessions! I 
plan to continue mv work in 
auto body. 




Harold T. Boyd 

20 Curtis Street 



Bob Brehm 

40 Copeland Street 
College- 
Bob said he will never forget the 
parties and good times he had 
while at Waltham High. 

11 'ard Representative 4- 




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Julie Brennan 

21 Brennan Avenue 
College 

This blue-eyed Senior will always 
remember the hockey games and 
H Block studies. Julie can always 
be seen with the Stooges, Beth, 
Tina, Janice, and Sue. Her future 
plans includes college and a ca- 
reer in the world of fashion. 

Senior Revue; Crimsonettes 2, 3, 
4; Senior Prom Committee; Teen 
Canteen 4; Student-to-Student 
Drug Program. 



Tracey A. Briggs 

1156 Main Street 
Business 
One might think Tracey is quiet 
but under that shell ... is a 
girl with a beautiful personality 
and the ability to understand 
others. We wish her best of luck. 




Linda C. Brinton 

131 Hillcrest Road 

Business 

If you love something, 

set it free; 

If it comes back, it's yours; 

If it doesn't, 

It never was. 

Housemaster; Senior Revue. 





Sarah Brodrick 

119 Dale Street 
Business 

"We can lift ourselves out of ig- 
norance, we can find ourselves 
creatures of excellence and intel- 
ligence and skill." Thanks to every- 
one. 
Senior Revue; Basketball 3. 




Roger P. Brooks 

86 Hillcrest Road 
College 
As far as possible, without sur- 
render, be on good terms with all 
persons. Speak your truth quietly 
and clearly; and listen to others, 
for even the dull arid ignorant, 
they, too, have their story. 

The King 

Class President; Football; Basket- 
ball; Yearbook Editor. 



Sharon A. Brooks 

82 Longfellow Road 
College 

"I look inside 

and find that 

life has been 

good to me, 

giving me the 

ability to see 

where I have been 

and where I'm going . . ." 

George Betts 
Chorus 2; Latin Club 2; Ski Club 
2; Talent Show 3; Gymnastics 3; 
Cheerleading 4; National Honor 
Society 3, 4; Student Council 
Treasurer 4; Senior Revue. 




Debra M. Brouillard 

133 Alder Street 
Business 
Debbie will be long remembered 
for her warm smile around her 
friends, Debbie, Diane, Ann- 
Marie, and Tracy. Her Friday 
night with Tracy will never be 
forgotten. 

Work-Study Office 3, 4- 





Donna Claire Brouillette 

53 Gale Street 
College 

Donna can usually be seen with 
in the blue bomb, looking for ex- 
citement. Great times with the 
gang will always be remembered 
by her. Donna's future will lead 
her into the business world, filled 
with new people and new experi- 
ences. Good luck, Donna! 
Student-to-Student Drug Pro- 
gram 3; Senior Revue. 



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Carol Brown 

96 Princeton Avenue 
Business 
Senior Revue. 





Margaret Brown 

17 School Street 




Carol Brunaccini 

51 Ledge Road 



Deborah E. Bryson 

265 Lowell Street 
College 

If a man does not keep pace with 
his companions, perhaps it is be- 
cause he hears a different drum- 
mer. Let him step to the music 
which he hears, however meas- 
ured or far away. 

Henry David Thoreau 




Donald J. Bryson 

265 Lowell Street 
College 

"After all, it is not what is around 
us, but what is in us; not what 
we have, but what we are." 






Steven Bullis 
119 Chestnut Street 






Joseph Buonomo 

23 Fiske Street 
Business 
Joey's crazy jckes will always be 
remembered by his many friends 
at W.H.S. There was never a 
dull day with Joey around. We 
wish him the best of luck. 



Joe Burgoyne 

325 Beaver Street 
College 

Joe enjoyed his studies. 




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Diane Burke Hayes 

308 Lake Street 
Business 
"Cherish your yesterdays, dream 
about your tomorrows but live 
your todays." 
Mr. Bollard's Office 3. 



Patricia Burke 

14 Mt. Ida Terrace 




Sue Burke 

195 Robbins Street 
Business 

H Block is the best period of the 
day. The future holds a career as 
a nursery school teacher. 





Susan Burke 

31 Lawrence Street 
Work-Study 

Susan can be seen wandering the 
corridors or going in and out of 
the girls' room all day. "Well, 
all right!" 




Thomas Patrick Burke 

31 Lawrence Street 
College 



James Burns 

51 Lakeview Terrace 
College 
This well-dressed dude can be 
found arguing with his "favorite" 
teacher, Mr. Val. Future plans for 
this senior include college. 
Baseball 2, 4; Intramural Basket- 
ball 2, 3. 4. 




Kathryn Elaine Butcher 

218 Hammond Street 

College 

An Old Irish Poem 

May the road rise up to meet you; 

May the wind be always at your 

back. 

May the sun shine warm upon 

ycur face, 

the rains fall soft upon your fields, 

and until we meet again, 
may God hold you in the palm of 

his hand. 
W.H.S. Chorale 3, 4; Concert 
Choir 4; Northeastern District 
Chorus 4; Senior Revue; Year- 
book Editor 4; Crimsonette 2, 3; 
Chorus 2, 3. 4; Reagle Players 2, 
3. 4; Girls' Glee Club 3, 4; Home- 
room Yearbook Representative 2, 
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Pamela Marie Butcher 

38 Sterling Road 
Business 
Pamela would like to marry Jack 
and make a home in Florida. Best 
wishes to Marcia and Co. Jack, 
always remember I trust and love 
you! 



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Jerry Byrne 

41 Common Street 
College 
"Bunnyie can be caught clown- 
ing in the halls durings class 
time, trying to think up an ex- 
cuse for not having a pass. He 
plans to attend Plymouth State 
College and hopes to get some- 
where in the future. He will al- 
ways remember Ezzie and the 
phantom deacon of Lagrange 
Street. 

Intramural Basketball 2, 3; Bas- 
ketball 2, 3: Cross Country 2, 3, 
4; Outdoor Track 2, 3, 4; Indoor 
Track 4; A.V. Representative 4- 





John Robert Caban 

106 Wetherbee Road 
College 

"One's outer life passes in a soli- 
tude, haunted by the masks of 
others; one's inner life passes in 
a solitude, haunted by the masks 
of onself." 

Cross-Country 2. 3, 4; Indoor 
Track 2, 3, 4; Outdoor Track 2, 
3, 4: Chess Club 2. 




Edward Caira 

38 Wingate Road 

Work-Study 



Marielle Caissie 

48 Hall Street 




Colleen Patricia Callahan 

19 Hartwell Street 
Business 
Real love begins where nothing 
is expected in return. 









James Callahan 

158 Trapelo Road 
College 



Mike Cammisaro 

1 5 Centre Street 



Bruce Campbell 

46 Colonial Avenue 
College 

It's all over!!! No more pencils, 
no more books, no more teacher'* 
dirty looks. Now what? 
Football 2; Hockey 2. 3. 4. 




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Richard A. Campbell 

4 Banbury Avenue 
College 



Jean Camposano 
49 Ledge Road 







Peter Canepari 

45 Hobbs Brook Road 





Lynn Cannistraio 

62 Coolidge Avenue 
College 
Alias, "Paul Lynn" and Innlay. 
Lynn will always be remembered 
for her surprise journeys, spastic 
nerves, and her famous last 
words, "you wouldn't believe what 
I have to tell you." 

Prom Queen 3; Pep Squad 2, 3. 










Elaine Cannon 

5 Barton Street 
College 

This brown eyed senior can al- 
ways be seen riding around Wal- 
tham with Patty, Lucy, Linda, and 
Maggie in her little white bomber. 

Chorus 3, 4; Pep Squad 3- 



Thomas Cappadona 
33 Hager Lane 




Mark S. Caramanica 

80 Fiske Avenue 
College 

Mark is a college-bound senior 
who enjoys scuba-diving, flying, 
and sky-diving in his spare time. 
Wrestling 2; Weigbtlifting 4. 





Judith Cardillo 

8 Mechanic Street 



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Barnet 
Gary. 



Brian Carmichael 

35 Eddy Street 
College 

plans to be an auto me- 
He likes T.B.C., U.P.C., 
skiing, C.L., and Goofy 





Susan Carmody 

35 Arlington Road 



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John Carney 

100 Hawthorne Road 
College 



Barbara Ann Carroll 

52 Gale Street 
College 
No one can take the ultimate 
weight of decision-making off 
your shoulders, but the more you 
know about how things really 
are, the lighter the burden will 
be. 

National Honor Society 3, 4; Stu- 
dent Council 4; Senior Class 
Treasurer 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4: 
Volleyball Team 2; Senior Revue. 




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Catherin Carroll 

70 Canterbury Road 





Mark A. Caruso 

1349 TrapeloRoad 
College 

Mark could always make you 
smile with his quick wit and his 
humorous jokes. Mark plans a 
career in political science. 




Charles Casella 

122 Winter Street 



Russell Casella 
35 Gordon Street 




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Paula Cericola 

55 Bolton Street 




Jerry Champagne 

286 River Street 
Business 
I watch . . . the bus ... as it pulls 
out of view .... Someday, like 
that bus ... I will be leaving, 
too. And I'm eighteen . . . Alice 
Cooper Forever. 



Stephen Cellucci 

60 Woodcliff Drive 
College 

Student Council 2, 3, 4; Student 
Representative, School Committee 
3; Chairman, School Committee 
Group 4; Junior Class President 
3; Student-to-Student Drug. Group 
2, 3, 4; Ski Team 2, 3- 




Bernard J. Chaisson 

58 Central Street 
Vocational 

You will find him in his truck? 




David B. Centofonti 

17 Marlborough Road 





Kenneth Chace 

96 Warren Street 



Nancy Chaisson 
34 Bruce Road 





Paul Chapman 

10 Martyn Street 



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Jennifer Chase 

39 Edgewater Drive 
College 
"Tell the truth or trump — but 
get the trick." 

Mark Twain 

Drama Club 2, 3; Russian Club 
2, 3; German Club 2, 3; Sensi- 
tive Humans 3, 4- 





Steven Chevoor 

36 Dobbins Street 
College 

Share each other's troubles and 
problems, and so obey our Lord's 
command. If anyone thinks he 
it too great to stoop to this, he 
is fooling himself. He is really 
a nobody. 

Galatians 6:2-3 
Ski Club 3, 4; German Club 2; 
Assistant 3, 4- 




Robert A. Chiacchio 

12 Pierce Street 
Vocational 



Mike Chiarelli 

45 Hobbs Road 
College 

Track 2; Soccer; Bowling,; Base- 
ball. 




Edmond Chiasson 

225 Charles Street 



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Richard Chiasson 

Lyman Street 
Vocational 

Richard can be found hanging 

around with RAD in his spare 

time. 

President 4; Prom Committee 4; 

Treasurer 3. 



Cynthia Childs 

25 Mountain Road 
Business 
When out of school you can al- 
ways find Cindy with Harry. Her 
future plans include marriage in 
'74. 

Drama 2; Chorus 2, 3, 4: Girls' 
Chorus 2. 



Patricia Chilgren 

63 Lowell Street 
Business 
"The woods are lovely, dark, and 
deep, but I have promises to keep 
and miles to go before I 
sleep . . ." Patty will always re- 
member the Library, Mr. C. and 
telling jokes in class. She loves 
the beach, roller skating, Chinese 
food and riding around . . . 
"How's Tom?" she is asked. 
"Oh, just fine." 

French Club 2, 3; Chorus 3. 4: 
Concert Choir 4; Senior Retui; 
Literary Magazine Staff 4; Junior 
Prom Committee; Junior House 
Office 2; Pep Squad 2. 




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Steven Chilian 

253 Linden Street 



Dicky Chisholm 

20 Marion Street 



Hockey. 




Diane Churakian 

36 Mallard Way 
Business 
Diane will always be highly re- 
membered by her friends in our 
joint. "Well, All right," she 
could also be seen walking the 
corridors near the second floor 
girls' room. 





Cheryl A. Cianci 

77 Lertha Drive 




Robert M. Ciavardone 

105 Taylor Street 
College 

An avid participator in all sports, 
Brim plans to enter Bentley or 
Boston College in the fall. He 
wants a career in law. 

Baseball 2, 3. 4; Basketball Intra- 
mural s 2, 3, 4. 



Deborah Ann Cincotta 

263 River Street 
Business 
This speed racer can be seen say- 
ing and doing almost anything 
she shouldn't. Her friends will 
never forget the scheming and 
unusual trips Deb went along 
with. 

Nurse's Office 2; Yearbook Rep- 
resentative 2, 3, 4; Cap and Gown 
Representative 4; Softball Team 
2; Senior Revue. 




Robert J. Cincotta 

108 Washington Avenue 
College 

Bob's friendly face and happy 
smile always added a warm feel- 
ing to our great years at Wal- 
tham High. We will never forget 
all the talent he contributed to 
our many stage productions. 
Band 2. 3; Chorus 4: Concert 
Choir 4; Chorale 4; Senior Re- 
vue; Reagle Players; talent Show 
4. 





Douglas Oaffey 

371 Cresent Street 



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David Clancy 

15 Huntington Street 
Business 
David can be seen in Mr. 
han's shop or in his yard 



Holi- 

fixing 



his car. He 
mechanic. 



plans to become a 






William Clarke 

10 Parsons Avenue 
College 
B.C., when not playing hockey or 
baseball, could be seen walking 
down the W.H.S. corridor with 
that certain girl. He'll always be 
remembered by his many friends 
for his friendliness and outgoing 
personality. Good luck. Bill! 

Baseball 3, 4; Hockey 2. 3.4. 



Laurence Clough 

12 Gelman Road 



Nancy J. Cobb 
146 Alden Street 



Dale Colantropo 

151 Calvary Street 
College 

"You give but little when you 
give of your possessions; it is 
when you give of yourself that 
you truly give." 

Kahlil Gibran 









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Bernadette Collura 

78 Taylor Street 
Business 

"Bernie" can usually be found in 
the foods room with J.J. and J., 
talking to Miss VonArx or at 
the Drive-In with the kids. Her 
future plans include marriage and 
hairdressing. 

Drama Club 2; House Office 2, 
3; Senior Revue. 



Angel R. Colon 

81 Alder Street 
Business 

To dream the impossible dream. 




Susan Coleman 

350 Bacon Street 

Sue can be found riding around 
Waltham with Sandy or just hav- 
ing a good time. She plans to at- 
tend college and enter into the 
medical field. 

Ski Club 2, 4. 




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Paulette Comeau 

302 Warren Street 
College 
"Life must be lived today. If you 
worry about tomorrow and don't 
live today, suddenly you will re- 
alize that all you have are empty 
yesterdays." 



Anne Connaughton 

42 Hovey Road 




Steven B. Conners 

115 Hibiscus Avenue 





Maureen Connolly 

41 Rich Street 
College 
"Moe" feels the only way to g 
a friend is to be one. She i 
usually be found at the Bos 
Gardens cheering her favo 
team, "The Bruins." 




Russell Connor 

24 Bacon Street 



Steven Conran 

60 Kingston Road 




Douglas M. Cook 

23 Bowdoin Avenue 
Business 

Doug has a great future ahead 
of him. Good luck, and stay out 
of trouble. 





Jimmy Cooper 

39 Hatherly Road 
College 

Saturday nights were espea 
great with the boys: Bob, 
Dave, Earl, Step, Joe, Frank, 
telling Mr. Morang some 
stories about blue slips. 
Basketball 2, 3, 4; Track 
Drama 4. 



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William Cocoran 

179 Lake Street 



Earl M. Corey 

12 Brewster Road 
College 
Mr. K., the Concert Choir, and 
the entire Senior Class will never 
forget this clown. His almighty 
ways will take him far in life. 
Earl will never forget the great 
times with Fiva and Steve. 
Reagle Players 2, 3, 4; Concert 
Choir 4; Chorus 4; Senior Revue; 
Peter's Gospel 4. 



Debra J. Cormier 

104 Crescent Street 
College 

Never, "for the sake of peace and 
quiet," deny your own experience 
or convictions. J.B.G. 

Hammarskjold 
Pep Squad 3; German Club 2, 3, 
4; Crimsonettes 4; Senior Revue. 




Joanne M. Cormier 

144 School Street 





Leo Paul Cormier 

7 Gorham Street 
Business 



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Norma Cormier 
56 Ellery Road 



Arlene Correia 

222 Pine Hill Circle 

Business 

If you see Arlene day dreaming 
you can be sure it's about David. 
Her sweet smile and friendliness 
is bound to win everyone over. 
Class Treasurer 3; Housemaster's 
Office 2. 3: Crimsonettes 4; Year- 
hook Representative 2, 3. 4; Year- 
book Assistant Editor of "Senior 
Remembers"; Prom Committee 3; 
Cap & Gown Representative; Sen- 
ior Prom Committee. 







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Sadly E. Corrigan 

73 Ellison Park 
College 

Your reasons I do not understand, 
mine you can not even see. 



Kathleen A. Cosgrove 

54 Charlotte Road 
College: 

For Guy: 
Integrity is admitting when 
you're wrong. 
Humor is in your smile. 
Honesty is returning my wallet. 
Patience is all the times you re- 
mind me of the snow in the 

front seat! 
Understanding is . . . You. 

Tennis 2; Nurse's Office 2, 3. 




Margaret Cosgrove 
45 Caughey Street 





Denise M. Cote 

40 Grove Road 
College 

The time to be happy is now, the 
place to be happy is here, the 
way to be happy is to make 
others so. 

Chorus 2, 3, 4; Senior Revue. 




John E. Cotoni 

45 Indian Road 



Susan Coughlin 

33 Edwin Road 
Business 
"Oh, you're here today!" Susan 
will long be remembered by her 
many friends at W.H.S. for her 
warm smile and outgoing per- 
sonality. Keep 'em smiling, Sue! 




Elisabeth G. Crane 

38 Clark Lane 
College 
"Don't hang back with the 
brutes." 

A Streetcar Named Desire 
Student Council 2; Crimson Crier 
2; Forum 2; Latin Club 2, 3, 4; 
Vice-President 3, President 4; 
French Club 2, 4; Drama Club 4; 
Band 3, 4; Clarinet Choir 2. 
Sensitive Humans 3. 4- 





Rose Mary Creeden 

42 Underwood Park 



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William M. Creonte 

79 Jennings Road 
College 

The fire hydrant can usually be 
seen with Donelle and Ethan, 
strolling into Mr. Morang's of- 
fice about 10:00 Monday through 
Friday. 

Football 2, 3, 4; Track 2; Wres- 
tling, 3; Senior Revue. 






John E. Cronin 



Nancy Elaine Crossman 

750 Lincoln Street 
College 

"In the noisy confusion of life, 
keep peace with your soul. With 
all its shame, drudgery, and 
broken dreams it is still a beau- 
tiful world." 

Majorette 3, 4; Teen Council 3, 
4; Student Council 3; Crimson 
Crier 3; Talent Show 3; Senior 
Revue; Yearbook Staff. 



Ellen C. Crowe 

4 Winthrop Street 




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Mark Currie 

31 Dartmouth Street 





Michael Curtin 

91 Chester Lane 
Business 
You will always find Mike trying 
to con Mr. Morang or walking 
the halls with Brian O'Halloran, 
Lizard and Wayne Sheck, H. Block. 
Football 2. 3. 4; Senior Revue. 




Dennis James Cu Sano 

30 Crafts Street 
Vocational 

Dennis enjoyed making Grade 
"A" furniture in the shop. He 
plans to join the Carpenters 
Union after finishing school. His 
favorite sport is skiing. 



Janet F. Cutler 

40 Augustus Road 
College 

"Live today to the fullest, for 
tomorrow it will only be a 
memory." 







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Carol Dahlbeck 

8 Farnum Road 

College 

"In the midst of winter, I finally 

learned, that there was in me an 

invincible summer." 



Lynette Dahlin 

50 Bigelow Road 
College 

Ski Team 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 
4: Ski Patrol 3, 4; Chemistry 
Club 4; Senior Revue, 




Michael Daley 

4 Russell Street 

Business 





Shawn S. Daley 

College 
Flash can be seen with the gang 
on a weekend night living it up 
or buzzing around in a race car. 




Chris Daley 



Thomas Danforth 

83 Fiske Avenue 
College 

It took a long time, but I finally 

made it; I just wish it ended 

sooner. 

Basketball Intramurals 2. 




Mark Danielson 

79 Sartell Road 

Vocational 

School — it had it's and downs. 





Richard D'Antonio 

31 Brown Street 
Vocational 



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Brian J. Darcy 

86 Prentice Street 
College 
Basketball 2, 3; Intramural Bas- 
ketball 3; Senior Revue. 





Paul David 

10 Evergreen Avenue 

Vocational 

"Let's Bossie." Paul can be found 

with Sheila or eating Italian food. 



Anna E. Degregoris 

25 Noonan Street 
Business 

Anna was always found in the 
company of Diane or Lillian. 
Quiet as she may seem, this fu- 
ture secretary is full of zest. Lots 
of luck in the future. 
Senior Revue; Guidance 2. 







Debra Delia Camera 

1084 Main Street 
College 

"If music be the food of love, 
play on." 

Shakespeare 
Girls' Junior Varsity Basketball 
Team 3. 




Kim Day 

195 Doty Street 
College 
"The tissue of the life to be; we 
weave with colors all our own, 
and in the field of destiny we 
reap as we have sown." 

John Greenleaf Whittier 
Tennis 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3; 
Volleyball 2, 3; Latin Club 2; 
Senior Revue; National Honor 
Society 3, 4; G.A.A. 3. 




John P. Delmore 

51 Gilman Road 
College 

Jack's melodic voice will long be 
remembered on stage and ringing 
through the halls of W.H.S. Bob, 
Bill, and Denise will never for- 
get all the good times they had 
together. Special thanks to Mr. 
K. and Eddie for their help in 
the past years. 

Chorus 2, 3, 4; Concert Choir 4: 
Chorale 2. 3. 4; Yearbook Busi- 
ness Editor 4: Yearbook 3: Senior 
Revue; District Chorus 2, 3. 4; 
Yearbook Represcntatn c 2, 3. 4; 
Anything Goes 2; Fiddler oi 
Roof 3; Reagle Players 2. 3. 4: 
Talent Shou 3. 4; Thespian So- 
ciety J, 4; Drama Club 2. 3. 



William James Darrah 
80 Lakeview Terrace 
College 
I remember all the great people 
I came to know and the places I 
went. These meaningful words 
are W.H.S. to me. 

Chorus 2, 3, 4; Concert Choirs 4; 
Chorale 2, 3, 4; Reagle Players 2, 
3, 4; Mirror Business Editor 3, 4; 
Northeastern District Chorus 4; 
Senior Revue 4; Talent Show j; 
"Anything Goes" 2; "Fiddler on 
the Roof" 3; Baseball 2; Spring 
Musical 4. 




Kevin DeLacey 

24 Wilmot Road 
College 

German Club 3, 4: Golf 
3.4. 



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Suzette Demarais 

53 Weir Road 
Business 

. . . tomorrow when you rise, 
Another day for you to realize 
me; or send me down again. It's 
you that decides . . . 
Senior House 4. 



Frank DeMeo 

45 Bennett Street 
College 

Frank is looking forward to 
college. 

Intramural Basketball 2, 3; Bas- 
ketball 2, 3. 




John DeMeo 

14 Kingsley's Court 
Vocational 






Lisa Demeo 

22 Meade Road 
Business 
Italian Club 2; Tennis 3. 







Teresa A. DeMeo 

5 Beave Brook Road 
Business 
This pretty brown-eyed senior 
will long be remembered by her 
many friends at W.H.S. for her 
warm smile and outgoing ways. 
Senior Revue 4; Teen Canteen 
4; Senior Prom Committee 4- 



David Denaro 

5 1 Parkview Road 

College 

"Live hand-in-hand and together 

we'll stand on the threshold of a 

dream." 

The Moody Blues 

Tennis Team 2, 3, 4; Student 
Council 4; Aviation Club 4. 




Peter Dennison 

5 Dexter Avenue 
Vocational 





Diane M. Denty 

456 Lincoln Street 
College 
If we change the world, let it 
bear the mark of our intelli- 
gence. 
Ski Club 2; Senior Revue. 



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Paul Depass 

47 Ellison Park 






Susan Descheneaux 
9 Pond Street 



Gordon Paul Devoe 






42 C Prospect Hill Road 
Business 




Osvaldo Diana 

69 Charles Street 


"Ask not what your country can 
do for you, ask what you can do 


"To be 


College 
or not to be, that is the 


for your country." 

John F. Kennedy 


questior 


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Cathleen DiBona 

121 Florence Road 
College 

"Nothing but heaven itself is as 
beautiful as a friend that is truly 
a friend." 
Senior Revue. 






Nancy H. Diettrich 

39 Overlook Road 

College 

"Reach and touch the sun. 

Your mind is ever free 

The world's beauty, sweet music 

is yours to hear and see." 

Drama 2. 3; A.V. 4; Chorus 4: 

Concert Choir 4: Greek Folk 

Dance Club 3: German Club 2, 

3; National Honor Society 3, 4. 



Michael Dilorenzo 
666 Trapelo Road 



Kenny DiMaggio 

26 Woodcliff Drive 
College 
Kenny can always be seen on the 
golf courses, waiting for some- 
one to hustle. 

Hockey 2; Golf 2. 3, 4; Cap- 
tain 4. 




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Wayne Dimatteo 

257 Robbins Street 
College 
. . . "And the end of all our ex- 
ploring will be to arrive where 
we started and know the place 
for the first time." 

T. S. Eliot 

Drama Club 2; Senior Revue; 
Senior Festival. 



Kevin Dismore 

37 Whitten Avenue 




Beth Dion 

79 Fairmont Avenue 
Business 

Beth will always remember rid- 
ing around in the "bomber" and 
crashing parties on Saturday 
nights. With her kind and con- 
siderate ways Beth has won many 
friends at W.H.S. Beth, remem- 
ber us all . . . 

Senior Revue; Teen Canteen 3, 4; 
Prom Committee 3, 4; French 
Club 2, 3, 4; Future Nurses of 
America 2. 





Sandy Dion 

1687 Trapelo Road 
College 
Sandy can always be seen walk- 
ing around the halls with Sue, 
going to her favorite period, Caf 
study. Her hopes are to become 
a Lab Technician. 




Stephen Doe 



Karen M. Doherty 

14 Sharon Street 
College 

Sometimes, when you least ex- 
pect it, the past has a way of 
reaching out and tapping us on 
the shoulder just to remind 
us . . . 

National Honor Society 3, 4; 
Italian National Honor Society 
3, 4; Softball 3, 4; Volleyball 4; 
Ski Club 3, 4; Senior Revue. 




Martha Doherty 

255 Dale Street 
Business 
Hi fellow seniors, don't you 
think my picture is cute? Remem- 
ber me for my great laugh and 
good disposition. 

Love, Martha 
Senior Revue. 





Romeo J. Doiron 

70 Robbins Street 
Vocational 



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Mary Patricia Dollard 

14 Buxton Lane 
College 

"The woods are lovely, dark, and 
deep. But I have promises to keep, 
and miles to go before I sleep; 
and miles to go before I sleep." 
Robert Frost 

Friends: Carol, Paula, Debbie, 
Jackie, Kathy, Denise, Ralph. 
Future plans: Nursing school. 
Ski Club 2; Senior Revue. 






John F. Donahue 

14 Midland Drive 



AnneMarie Donovan 

24 Keach Street 
College 
"Take your time, think a lot, 
why think of everything you've 
got. For ycu will still be here to- 
morrow, but your dreams may 
not." 

Cat Stevens 



Paul Donovan 

39 Barbara Road 
College 

"So much of life ahead we'll find 
a place where there's room to 
grow, and yes, we've just begun." 

Wrestling. 




Victor T. Doucet 

457 Main Street 
Vocational 

My favorite time here was the 
1:40 bell on Fridays. I plan to 
take on a trade after graduation. 





Betsy M. Doucette 

47 Princeton Avenue 
College 
"He strove, he fought, he con- 
quered and hopes he left friends, 
not enemies, behind." "What I 
must do is all that concerns me, 
not what peoole think." 
Drama Club 2. 3. 4; German 
Club 2. 3; Thespian Society 2, 3. 
4; A.V. Member 4; Senior Rciut. 




Laurel Anne Doucette 

115 Rock ridge Road 
College 
I don't question as to what my 
friends believe or reject, any 
more than I ask whether they are 
rich or poor. I accept them. 
Crimsonette 2; Talent Show 2, 4; 
Homeroom Representative 2. 
Junior Prom Committee 3; Cheer- 
leader 3, 4: Senior Ret in 



Andrea R. Doucette 

49 Winthrop Street 
College 

"If a free society cannot help the 
many who are poor, it cannot 
save the few who are rich." 

John F. Kennedy 
Senior Revue; Girls' Suim Club 
3. 4: Main Office 2. 3. 4: German 
Club 2; Ski Club 2; Guidance 
Office 2. 




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Robert Douthart 

42 Cleveland Road 



Diane Doyle 

21 Dorchester Street 
College 
Bogga will always be remembered 
for her outstanding personality. 
"Miss Modesty" can always be 
seen with a smile on her face and 
a boy at her side. 

Ski Club 2, 3; Pep Squad 2, 3. 




Paul S. Dozier 

58 Florence Road 





Robert P. Dozois 

17 Wilton Street 




Janice Druwing 

65 Cleveland Road 
College 
Though you have everything, you 
have nothing until you have 
found yourself. And, once- you 
have found yourself, you can find 
others. 



Beth Duddy 

98 Bacon Street 
Business 
"What's happenin'?" Beth can 
usually be seen toddlin' down 
the halls with Stephan or charg- 
ing down the halls, trying to get 
to Geometry on time. Beth will 
never forget all the good times 
with Julie, Tina, Sue, Janice, and 
of course Stephan. 
Teen Council 3.4; Housemaster's 
Office 4; Crimsonettes 4- 




John C. Duffey 

68 Wilbur Street 





Patti Dugas 

315 Florence Road 
College 

I'm not afraid of tomorrow for 
I saw yesterday and I love today. 
Pep Squad 3; Talent Show 2; 
Drama 3; Chorus 4. 



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Elaine Marie Dunham 

122 Chestnut Street 
College 

"But if you thought you must 
measure time into seasons, let 
each season encircle all the other 
seasons, and let today embrace 
the past with remembrance and 
the future with longing.'' 

Kahlil Gibran 

French Club 3, 4; Pep Squad 2, 
3; Varsity Tennis 3, 4; FORUM. 
3, Treasurer 4; Girls' State Rep- 
resentative 3; National Honor So- 
ciety 3, Secretary 4; Yearbook Lit- 
erary Staff; Senior Revue; Crimson 
Crier 4; Waltham Hospital Ex 
plorer Program 3. 




Martin A. Edmunds 

36 Prentice Street 
College 

"I do not fear to be alone, or to 
be spurned for another, or to 
leave whatever I have to leave." 

— "To have not even one friend." 

— "I will take the risk." 

J. Joyce 

Sensitive Humans 3, 4; National 

Honor Society 3; (Pres.) 4; 

F.O.R.U.M. 3; (V.P.) 4; German 

Club 2; (V.P.) 4, 3; H. M.U.N. 

3,4. 





Leanne Dunlap 

1 1 Weir Road 
College 

Leanne is well liked by many, 
especially Norman. In her high 
school years, she has proven to 
many that if you try hard enough, 
you can always get what you want. 
Talent Show 2, 3; Student Coun- 
cil 2, 3. 



Juliana C. Dunne 
8 Centre Street 
College 
When you do something, do it 
with all your might; if you want 
something, fight for it with all 
you have. If you were right, 
you'll get it. 

Student-to-Student Drug Pro- 
gram 3. 



Donna Eckland 

44 Brewster Road 
Business 
Remember what peace there may 
be in silence. Speak your truth 
quietly and clearly; and listen to 
others, even the dull and ig- 
norant; they, too, have their 
story. 

Mr. Morang's Office 2, 3, 4; Bas- 
ketball 2. 






Karen Egan 

8 University Park 
Business 
Karen can usually be seen bounc- 
ing down the hall with Loonis, 
"The Shell", Chicken, Pumpkin 
and "Head" When not with the 
crowd, she can be seen with that 
certain boy. 




Michael Egan 

36 Ellison Park 

If it wasn't for Caf. study with 
Ken, Paul, Steve, and John, I 
would be in the Met State. 



William Egan 
8 University Park 




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Richard Elliott 

28 Indian Road 
College 

Dickie is well known for his 
great personality He can be seen 
pitching our baseball team to 
victory. 

Baseball 2, 3, 4. 



Richard Emmetts 

36 Hollace Street 




Patricia English 

7 84 Beaver Street 





Peter Erickson 

162 Virginia Road 
College 




Anthony J. Fagone II 

10 Ash Street, Belmont 
Vocational 

I spent the three longest years of 
my life here, but it was worth 
every year of it for the knowl- 
edge I have gained from the 
teachers who care. 



Joani Falconer 

3 Pine Hill Circle 

College 

"Sunshine" is the perfect name 

for this sparkly Senior. Joani can 

usually be seen at the Golden 

Star with either Susan or , 

or in the foods room with J.J. 
and B., talking to Miss VonArx. 
Senior Revue. 




Michele M. Farrell 

261 Linden Street 
College 

I have walked these familiar 
roads too long. The lights are 
turned on day after day. But of 
all the lights that have lit my 
past, these have been the dim- 
mest. Future lights look brighter. 
Drama Club 2. 3: Gymnastic 
Team 4; Ski Club 3; Senior Re- 
vue: Ruby Club 3, 4; Concert 
Choir 4; Chorus 4. 





David Favre 

Trapelo Road 



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Carol Fedele 

33 Gale Street 
College 






David R. Felix 

606 Lexington Street 



Mary Lou Ferro 

10 Brown's Avenue 
Business 
I got by with a little help from 
Big People. 



Patricia Fitzgerald 






Karen Fitzsimmons 

1095 Trapelo Road 
College 

"Yesterday is but today's mem- 
ory, and tomorrow is today's 
dream." 

Kahlil Gibran 
"Les Canadiens sont la!! 
Band 2. 



Denise Flanders 

361 Bacon Street 
College 
Who will ever forget the girl 
with the big voice and the heart 
of gold.-* If you couldn't find 
Denise singing in one of Mr. 
Kennedys vocal groups, she was 
probably on stage, delighting an 
audience with her special flair 
for comedy. 

Talent Shou 2, 3. 4: Spring 
Shoic 2. 3/ Senior Revue 4; 
Chorale 3. 4: Concert Choir 4; 
Chorus 2. 3. 4; Yearbook Rep- 
resentative 2. 3. 4: Yearbook 
Staff 4: Drama Club 2. 



Pamela J. Feeley 

29 Cabot Street 
Business 
Pam's friendly and cheerful spirit 
will long be remembered. She 
plans to go to Dental Assistance 
school in the fall. Don't forget 
her famous sayings, or her love 
for school. 
Senior Revue 4- 




Sally Ann Fitzgerald 

29 Heard Street 
College 

"Fitz" could always be seen 
either dazzling us with her fan- 
tastic dancing ability or twinkling 
down the corridor, smiling at 
everyone she sees, whether she 
knows them or not. 
Homeroom Representative 2. 3 4: 
Business Editor. Yearbook 4; Tal- 
ent Shou 2, 3, 4; Senior Rt 
Chorus 4; Concert Choir 4: Rea- 
gle Players; Cheerleader 4; Na- 
tional Honor Society 3, 4. 






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Georgina L. Flinn 

34 Charles Street 
Business 

Gina can always be seen talking 
to Mr. Baldassari. She also can be 
seen talking to all her friends. 
She is a very friendly person. 
She enjoys horseback riding, 
bowling, babysitting, and teasing 
Mr. Karian. 



David Fogg 

145 Robbins Street 
College 
Planning to attend Suffolk Uni- 
versity, Foggie either can be seen 
working at the Waltham Super- 
market or bowling 100s at River- 
side with Mike, Mark, and Mike. 
"See ya later." 

Basketball Intramural . 2, 4; 
Weightlifting 4. 




Joanne Forkin 

85 Boynton Street 
College 

"In the midst of winter I finally 
learned that there was in me an 
invincible summer." 

Drama Club 2, 3; Speech Festi- 
val Contest Winner 2; Drama 2, 
3,4. 




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Deborah J. Forsyth 

110 Sparkhill Street 

Business 

Debbie will always remember all 

the parties in the girls' room. 

"Well, all right!" 




Roberta Rachel Franks 

120 Russell Street 
College 
Have you ever found gold? 
Was it high in a gleaming 

castle? 
Deep in a sparkling ocean? 
Have you ever found gold 
just by looking in someone's 
heart? 

Drama Club 2, 3; French Club 
3; Honor Society 3, 4; Talent 
Show 2, 3; Senior Revue; Fu- 
ture Teachers of America 3. 



Howard M. Freedman 

239 Warren Street 




Robert J. Freeman 
30 R College Road 





Pam French 

College 

Pam will always be remembered 
for her big smiles, even when out 
causing trouble with Robin, Patti 
and Beth. Keep smiling, Pammie 
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Paula M. French 

32 Howard Street 
College 

In the final analysis, 

Nothing need be said — 

So much graphite on paper 

(Lyrics Given Away) 





Margaret N. Frye 

33 Wayne Avenue 
College 

Peggie will never forget all the 
fun she's had at W.H.S. with all 
her friends. She can usually be 
seen with Mac. Her future plans 
include attending Mass. Bay Com- 
munity College. 




Robert Frese 

Riverview Avenue 



James M. Fucci 

143 Calvary Street 
College 

This colorful basketball player 
can always be found laughing it 
up with anyone who'd care to 
share the joke. It's been fun. Re- 
member Ezzie! 

Basketball 2, 3. 4; Intramural 
Basketball 2, 3. 




Donna M .Gabrielli 

39 Chesterbrook Road 
College 
"Life was meant to be lived, and 
curiosity must be kept alive. One 
must never, for whatever reason, 
turn his back on life." 

E. Roosevelt 

Softball 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 3, 4; 
\Basketball 2, 3, Co-captain J.V.; 
Yearbook Staff 4. 





Joseph Gagnon 

520 Lexington Street 




Patricia Gagnon 

48 Hollace Street 
College 
"Life is a great bundle of little 
things." . . . Pattie will never for- 
get the closeness she has found 
with her friends at W.H.S. and 
all the fun they had together. 

Prom Committee 3, 4; Tahnt 
Shou ; Senior Revue. 



Nancy E. Gallagher 

58 Ellison Park 
College 

"Have the courage to be differ- 
ent without being contrary — 
without flaunting your independ- 
ence. The quality that makes us 
interesting, that makes us out- 
standing personalities, is the 
courage to be ourselves." 

French Club 3. 4i Yearl 
Senior Revue; Library 2: Tennis 
Intramurals 3. 




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Denise Alexandra Gardiner 

30 Maple Street 
College 

"Born with the moon in Cancer 

Choose her a name she will an- 
swer to 

Call her green and the winters 
can not fade her 

Call her green for the people 
who have made her 

Little green ... Be a gypsy 
dancer!" 

Literary Magazine 4; Prom Com- 

mitee 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; 

Bowling 4; Teen Council 3, 4; 

Children's Theatre Seminar 4; 

Drama Club 3; G.A.P. 2. 



Michall Garrity 

79 Parenswood Road 




James W. Gaudet 

31 Adams Street 
Jim can be seen hanging around 
with Bubble, Teddy, Harpo, O' B, 
and Tug. He plans to go to col- 
lege. 





Linda Gaudet 

36 Newton Street 




Steven A. Gaudet 

16 Shakespeare Road 
College 
When not leaping tall buildings 
at a single bound, Steve can be 
found bopping down the halls 
of W.H.S. on his way to Mr. 
K's room. Besides being the Co- 
captain of the track team, he is 
outstanding in his musical abil- 
ity. His witty personality- will be 
remembered by all. 
Concert Choir 2, 3, 4, President 
4; Chorale President 4: Chorus 
2, 3, 4; Cross Country; Indoor. 
Outdoor Track 2, 3. 4, Co-Captain 
4; Talent Show 2, 3, 4; Senior 
Revue 4; National Thespian 2, 3, 
4; Reagle Players 2, 3, 4. 



Mark Generoso 

92 Bright Street 
College 

Live your life as you see fit, not 
as other see fit for you. 




Debbie Gerelds 

1119 Trapelo Road 
Business 

Debbie can be found with Carole 
and Lynn during school, after 
school she can be found at Stop 
& Shop just hanging around and 
flirting with the boys. The best 
time to see her is with Lynn ev- 
ery night of the week. 





Robert C. Gettings 

279 Dale Street 
College 

If not bombing around Waltham 
or picking on Diane, Bobby can 
be found in the caf, stirring up 
trouble with Mark and Mike. He 
will be long remembered for his 
good looks and outstanding per- 
sonality . . . "The Rumor has it.' 
Football 2. 



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Jeffrey L. Gibbs 

23 Beaver Brook Road 
College 
'Yet the timeless in you is aware 
Df life's timelessness. And knows 
:hat yesterday is but today's mem- 
ory and tomorrow is today's 
ream." 

Kahlil Gibran 














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Joseph Gilberto 

71 Brightwood Road 



Elizabeth Gillis 

139 Hardy Pond Road 



Louis F. Giorgetti 

82 Mayall Road 
College 

Intramural s 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 
3, 4; Baseball 3; Crimson Crier 
2; Lab Assistant 3; National 
Honor Society 3, 4; Yearbook 
Editor 4- 




Mary Glynn 

Business 

Cith all its shame, drudgery, 
nd broken dreams, it is still a 
eautiful world. Be careful . . . 
trive to be happy." 





Mary Ann Gogan 

44 Gale Street 
Business 
Mare, can always be found with 
Susan and the gang, riding 
around Belmont in the green 
crash car. Future plans include, 
a good time and D. M. 
Softball 2; Senior Revue 4; Tal- 
ent Show 3. 



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Earle W. Goldstein 

69 Tudor Street 
College 

Me and my tuba 
Gave my best 
Five years marching band 
For W.H.S.! 
Friends "161" 
Lounge talks, same 
Best was football 
The 8 a.m. game! 
Waltham High School Band 1 , 2, 
3, 4; Senior Revue; Northeast Dis- 
trict Band 1, 3. 4; Lexington 
Chamber Orchestra 3, 4; Greater 
Boston Youth Symphony Orches- 
tra 3. 4: Massachusetts Youth 
Wind Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 4: Neu 
England Conservator) Youth 
Brass Ensemble 1. 2. 3 4: Greater 
Boston Youth Wind Ensemble 4- 



Marjorie Goldstein 

5 Arbor Lane 
College 
Seasons change with the scenery; 
weaving time in a tapestry. 
Won't you stop and remember 
me? 

Drama Club 2; Ski Club 3. 4; 
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Janet Gomes 

30 Shirley Road 
College 
Janet can always be seen walking 
down the hall with Trisha, Julie, 
and Patti. Her friendly person- 
ality will take her far in the 
world of teaching. 
Senior Revue; Teen Ca7iteen 3- 



Deborah A. Goodrich 

83 Thornton Road 
College 

am not afraid of tomorrow 
For I have seen yesterday 
and I love today. 
"Spacewoman" forever . . . 




Bob Gould 

205 Hardy Pond Road 
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26 Dexter Street 
College 

If you have built castles in the air 

your work need not be lost — 

That's where they should be, 

Now put the foundations 

under them. 

Tennis 2; Chorus 3, 4; Concert 

Choir 4; Girls' Glee Club 4; 

Drama 2, 4; Senior Revue. 




Glen Graves 

Middle Road, Boxborough 
Vocational 



Janice Greco 

23 Hibiscus Avenue 




Debi Green 

1363 Trapelo Road 
College 

"There is destiny that makes 

us brothers. 
None goes his way alone; 
All that we send into the lives 

of others. 
Ccmes back into our own." 

Edwin Markham 





Edward Green 

55 Whittier Avenue 
College 
To a pilot, the most important 
thing in the world is flight. To 
share, it is the gift without 
price." 

Richard Bach 



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Beverly Greenwood 

7 Chestnut Street 
Distributive Ed. 

Science Office 2, 3; DEC A 
Treasurer. 






Gerald Greenwood 

7 Chestnut Street 
Distributive Ed. 






Gail Griffen 

28 Goldencrest Avenue 



Patti Griffin 

15 Barbara Road 
College 

"The joy of this world, when 
you've summed it all up, is found 
in the making of friends." 




Carol Griggs 

325 Landmont Avenue 





Gerald R. Gross 

364 Weston Street 




Katherine Grumney 

15 Banbury Avenue 
Business 



George Gyorke 

61 Woodland Road 
Vocational 
My future plans include further- 
ing my education and pursuing a 
career in drafting. 
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Lori S. Haak 

25 Barbara Road 
College 

"I am crucified with Christ: 
nevertheless I live, yet not I, but 
Christ liveth in me." 

Galatians 2:10 
Yearbook Representative 2, 3, 4; 
National Honor Society 3, 4- 



Deborah A. Hachey 

57 Gale Street 
College 

". . . as the waves make toward 
the pebbled shore so do our min- 
utes hasten to their end." 

William Shakespeare 

Basketball 2, 3; Volleyball 2, 3; 
Softball 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; 
Ward Representative 4. 




Paula Hachey 

16 Pine Hill Circle 
College 
"Think thou and act; to-morrow 
thou shalt die." 

Dante Gabriel Rossetti 
Homeroom Representative 2. 





John T. Haffey 

544 Waverly Oaks Road 




Barbara Hagg 

71 Ellery Road 
College 
You can always get what you 
want, but you can't always keep 
it. A.P. forever, J.B.G. 
Mr. Belliveau's Office 3. 



Paulette Halleran 

212 Brown Street 

Business 

"When will we find a place that 

shelters us and is all our very 

own?" 

Pep Squad 3. 




Gary Hamilton 

262 Lowell Street 
Vocational 

Class Treasurer 2. 





Robert Hanley 

124 Amherst Avenue 



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Mary Hanlon 

75 Milner Street 
College 
I'll miss that 2nd floor girls' 
room!! 





Bruce W. Hardy 

95 Greenwood Lane 
College 
"For many years I was self- 
appointed inspector of snow- 
storms and rainstorms and did 
my duty faithfully." 

Soccer 2, 3, 4; Skiing 2, 3, 4: 
Rugby 2: Basketball 2; Intramural 
Basketball 2, 4; Intramural Vol- 
leyball 4; Lacrosse 2, 4; Ski Club 
2, 3; German Club 2, 3, 4; Drama 
2, 3, 4; Audio-Visual 2. 




Brad Fredric Hargreaves 

356 Bacon Street 
College 
"I mean, how do you know what 
you're going to do till you do it? 
The answer is, you don't. I think 
I am, but how do I know?" 
Holden Caulfield 
The Catcher in the Rye 
Football 3, 4; Outdoor Track 2, 
3, 4; Indoor Track 4: Crimson 
Crier, Editor 4; Weigktlifting 2, 
3; Intramural Basketball 2; La- 
crosse 4. 



Glenn R. Harris 

88 Parkview Road 
College 

Brief were my days among you, 
and briefer still the words I have 
spoken. But should my voice fade- 
in your ears, and my love vanish 
in your memory, then I will come 
again . . . 

Kahlil Gibran 
Tennis 2, 3. 4; National Honor 
Society 3, 4; Aviation Club 4; 
Latin Club 2, 3; Yearbook Staff. 




Donna Hart 

44 Oak Street 





Janet Hartman 

146 Pine Hill Circle 
College 

We can lift ourselves out of ig- 
norance, find ourselves as crea- 
tures of excellence, intelligence, 
and skill. We can be free! We 
can learn to fly! 

Pep Squad 3. 



Susan H. Hartman 

97 Mvrtlc Street 

Business 

"One who brings happiness to 

the lives of others . . . cannot 

keep it from themselves." 



Brian F. Harvey 

38 School Street 




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Phyllis Hart 

131 Woerd Avenue 
Business 
This pretty, hazel-eyed brunette 
can be seen racing through her 
Shorthand homework in the 
cafeteria with Kathy, Paula, 
Trisha, Diane D. and Ann D. 
Phyllis may be here in body, but 
her mind is down on Summer 
Street and with Dave. 



Donna Pauline Harvey 

41 Banks Street 

College 

"Always keep your face to the 

sunshine and your shadows will 

fall behind you." 

Senior Revue; Prom Committee 
3, 4; Teen Canteen 4. 




Joan Marie Hassett 

30 Melody Lane 
College 

"He who seeks love shall find it; 
He who devotes himself unre- 
servedly to friendship shall 
have friends; only the man who 
desires happiness with his whole 
heart shall find it." 

Andre Maurois 
Summer Reagle Players; Senior 
Revue; Yearbook Staff; Ski Club 
2, 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 4; Girls' 
Basketball Timer 2, 4; Home- 
room Representative 2, 3, 4; 
Crimsonettes 3, 4. 





David Hayes 

206 Weston Street 
College 




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Pat "Touche" Healy 

24-J Prospect Hill Lane 
College 
Pat will always be remembered 
as Touche, Turtle, and Betty 
Crocker. She can be seen eating 
gourmet food with Saint Rog, 
Mike, Wheat, Moble, and Sea 
Dog. 
Ward Representative 2. 




Todd Raymond Higgins 

97 Milner Street 
College 
Now that we have left these se- 
cure walls, what shall become of 
us all? 

Rifle Club 2; Soccer 2, 3, 4; Avia- 
tion Club 4; National Honor So- 
ciety 3, 4; Crimson Crier 4. 





Deborah Hill 

70 Benbury Avenue 
College 
"The first thing to do in life is 
to do with purpose what one pro- 
poses to do.' 

Pablo Casals 

Basketball 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 
3, 4; Softball 2, 3; Pep Squad 3; 
Senior Revue; Yearbook 4. 



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Michael Hill 

102 Hobbs Road 
College 

Michael can be seen thumbing 
home from a swim meet in his 
bathing suit. He'll always re- 
member his days at Waltham 
High. Best to you, "Hilly." 
Swim Team 2, 3, 4. 



Charles J. Hinckley 

104 Beal Road 

College 

Hink's future lies in trash. Some 

days he can be seen down in the 

dumps. 

Hockey 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; 
Football 2, 4; Student Council 
Vice President 4; Senior Revue. 




Ann Hines 

103 Myrtle Street 

Business 

["Perhaps some day it will be 

(pleasant to remember these 

things." 

Virgil 






Susan Hines 

15 Albemarle Road 

College 

Basketball 2. 3: Softball 2. 3; 

Russia?/ Club Secretary 2, 3, 4; 

Ski Club 4. 



Alison F. Holman 

73 Fiske Avenue 

College 

"44", L.J., P.F., and "you know 

who!" 

"I have one remember, two 

remembers, ten remembers; 

I have a little handkerchief 

bundle of remembers." 

Teen Council 2; Talent Show 2, 

3; Senior Revue. 



Deborah Hopkins 

30 Kingston Road 
College 

Time flies; 

Suns rise 

And shadows fall. 

Let time go by. 

Love is forever over 

Band 2. 3,4. 




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David C. Horan 

125 Hammond Street 
College 

Davis is planning to pursue a ca- 
reer in chemical engineering at 
Lowell Tech. 
Band 2, 3. 





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Christine Marie Howard 

41 Kingston Road 
College 

"Time quickly passes by, if only 
we could talk. Someday I hope 
I'll see you again — smiling." 

Moody Blues 
Basketball 2, 3; Softball 2; Field 
Hockey 3, 4; Crimsonettes 2, 3, 4; 
Senior Revue; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; 
Yearbook 4- 





George Howard 




Bernadette Huber 

25 Marlborough Road 

College 

"In every man's heart there is a 

secret nerve that answers to the 

vibrations of beauty." 

Christopher Morley 

Chorus 2, 3- 



David Hubler 

50 Calvary Street 




William R. Hughes 

44 Shore Road 
College 

This Senior can always be seen 
at Brigham's, or bombing around 
in his little green Cougar. At the 
end of school, Billy can always be 
found trying to find shortcuts 
around all the traffic! Future plans 
may include school. 




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Deborah A. Hurley 

109 Myrtle Street 
Business 
Debbie will never forget her fa- 
vorite class with Mr. Keon. She 
can always be seen walking 
through the halls with Debbie, 
Diane and Annmarie. Her future 
plans include marriage with 
Steve. "Good luck, Deb!" 




Marie Therese Hurley 

14 Murray Street 
College 
Marie, with her friendly person- 
ality, can be found in a little bit 
of everything at W.H.S. — from 
Ward Representative meetings to 
Swim Meets to Saturday night 
parties. Rie, remember us all. 
Ski Club 3 Library Aide 2 Senior 
Revue; Ward Representative 4; 
Suim Team Manager 4; Teen 
Community Council 4; Treasurer 
4. 



Daniel J. Hutchinson 

72 Fiske Street 
College 

Of all my years at school, I will 
never forget the years at Wal- 
tham High. 

flying Club 1; Football 2, 3, 4; 
Senior Revue. 




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Peter Iannuzzo 

180 Ash Street 
College 
Pete can usually be seen with 
Barney, Nip, and the guys when 
not playing basketball or work- 
ing. Always a joke with any- 
thing he did — good luck with 
your future, Pete. 
Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4. 



David Jackson 

14 Browns Avenue 
College 
Life is worth living only if you 
enjoy it. 

Chess Club 2; Library Staff 2, 3, 
4; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Literary Maga- 
zine Staff 4; Homeroom Repre- 
sentative 2, 3- 




Ronald J. Jacobs 

19 Tavern Road 
College 
Track 3, 4; Senior Revue. 





Karen Jacome 

24 Yetten Terrace 
Business 
"Friendship needs no words; it 
is solitude delivered from the 
anguish of loneliness." 
Senior Revue. 




Linda Ann Jacome 

24 Yetten Terrace 
Business 
"A quiet person, often speaks 
less with his tongue and more 
with his heart." The best of ev- 
erything to the Class of 1973. 
Peace Corps. 
Senior Revue. 



Linda James 

73 Temple Road 
College 

Your friend is your needs an- 
swered. He is your field, which 
you sow with love and reap with 
thanksgiving. And he is vour fire- 
side. For you come to him with 
your hunger, and you seek him 
for peace. 




Steven James 
100 Willow Street 





Dom Jannetti 

34 Calvary Street 
College 

The friends I have known here 
helped to make the last three 
years enjoyable and something 
to remember. Take it e.i 
Senior Revue 4. 



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Lilly Jeffers 

114 Harvard Street 
College 
"A new day, a new day, and new 
eyes to see the dawn. You go 
your way, I'll go mine and carry 
on." 




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Dana Jenkins 

59 Crestview Road 
Work-Study 




Carol Jones 

Brookway Court 



David H. Johnson 

1106 Trapelo Road 

College 

I am not born for one corner; 

the whole world is my native 

land. 

Seneca 
German Club 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 
2; Student Council 3; Honor So- 
ciety 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Student 
Orchestra 3, 4; Brass Choir 4- 




Betty Johnston 

60 Trapelo Road 
College 
Our years at W.H.S. would not 
have been complete without 
Betty's crazy personality. Ear 
plugs, the Fliptops, and wild 
weekends rate high with this 
Senior. Good luck Nurse SS and 
remember us all! 
Senior Revue; Teen Canteen 4; 
Tennis Team 3, 4; Ski Club 2. 





James W. Johnston 

74 Hawthorne Road 
College 
Jimmy, alias "Bubble," has en- 
joyed his past three years at 
Waltham High School. Whether 
in school or out with his friends 
he always manages to have a 
great time. 




Diane Jurjurian 

204 Doty Street 
College 
"A man is always a prey to his 
truths. Once he has admitted 
them, he can not free himself 
from them." 

Albert Camus 
Chorus 2; French Club 2; Ecol- 
ogy Club 3; Reagle Players 2, 3, 
4; Senior Revue. 



John Kachagian 

761 Lincoln Street 

Alias "Gypsy" known for his 
quiet ways while in the corridors 
of W.H.S. On weekends he can 
be seen with all the neighbor- 
hood gang. 




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Barbara Faminsky 

50 Canduce Road 



Margaret Kane 

66 Hatherly Road 
College 

Chorus 2, 3, 4; Concert Choir 4; 
Pep Squad 3; Latin Club 2; Sen- 
ior Revue. 




Thomas Kane 

85 Dale Street 
College 
"You do me honor when you dis- 
agree with what I have said. For 
that means you listened to me. I 
thank you for that." 

Dramatics 4; German Club 2, 






Ken Kasabian 



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Susan Kavaleski 

70 Church Street 
College 

Susan, with her warm person- 
ality, has. won herself many 
friends at W.H.S. She can be 
seen around all the local snow 
banks and crashing all the par- 
ties with the Betsy Patrol. Kava, 
remember us all. 

Ski Club 2; Teen Canteen 2, 3 4; 
Senior Revue; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee. 





Virginia Kavey 

26 Van Vetchen Road 
Business 
Ginny, could always be seen 
walking down the W.H.S. cor- 
ridor with Her Poopie. She will 
long be remembered for her cute 
personality and friendliness. Her 
future plans include marriage. 
Ginny, remember us all! 





George Kazazian 
66 Banburv Avenue 



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Judith A. Keegan 

50 Livingstone Lane 
College 
"It's getting to the point where 
W.H.S. is no fun anymore!" 
Keeg's favorite pastime is party- 
ing". 

Student Council Secretary 2; Na- 
tional Honor Society 2, 3, 4; 
Waltham Teen Community Coun- 
cil 2, 3, President 4; Ski Club 2, 
3, 4; Class Day 3; Senior Revue. 





Karen Keniston 

33 Lake Road 
College 




Arthur E. Kennedy 

Middle Road, Boxborough 
Vocational 

"Two roads diverge in a wood, 
and I — I take the one less trav- 
eled by — and that has made all 
the difference." 



Robin Kenney 

215 Lowell Street 
College 

For Doug: . . . and there are 
dreams to look forward to, and 
memories to look back upon. 




Darren W. Keough 

31 Ellison Park 
College 
Darren plans to attend Went- 
worth Institute. 




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Linda Kershaw 

4 Banks Street 
College 

This cute Senior will always be 
remembered by her classmates 
for her great personality. Good 
luck, Linda. 




Mark Keyes 

26 Crestview Road 
College 
Enjoy life, you only live once. 
Band 4. 



Nancy Lee Kibort 

125 Weston Street 
College 
If you smile at me I will under- 
stand 'cause that's the one thing 
everybody does in the same lan- 
guage. 

Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young 
National Honor Society 3, 4; 
Senior Revue. 




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Al Kiejzo 

17 Kingston Road 
Business 

Soccer; Volleyball; Weightlift- 
ing. 



Joyce W. Kilday 

406 Waverly Oaks Road 
College 
Between working at Cronin's and 
racing down the corridors at 
W.H.S., Joyce can be found talk- 
ing on the phone with Debbie. 
Her future plans include college 
with a career in primary educa- 
tion. She wishes to thank Mrs. 
Matthews for all her help and 
understanding. 

Latin Club 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 
2, 3, 4; Senior Revue; Student 
Drug Committee 2, 3; Teen 
Council 3; Sensitive Humans. 




Jonathan P. Kilgore 

18 Chester Brook Road 
College 

ne less bell to answer. 
occer 2, 3, 4; Captain, Varsity 
{Soccer Team 4; Intramural Bas- 
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Dennis F. King 

15 Wheelock Terrace 
College 

I plan to study criminal justice. 
Football 2, 3. 




John King 

49 Emmeline Street 



Warren King 

41 Curtis Street 

College 

'Happy days are here again. 




John Kirchdorfer 

42 Everett Street 

Vocational 

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Kathy Kish 

1 1 Gore Street 
College 
If you smile at me I will under- 
stand, because a smile is some- 
thing that everyone understands 
in their own language. 

Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young 
Friends: Cheryl, Carole. Kathy, 
M.mella, Mary Anne, lackie. Fu- 
ture plans Nursing School. 

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Randy Kleiner 

1704 Trapelo Road 
College 

"Easy days left behind, harder 
days yet to come." 

Chess Club 2, 3; Basketball In- 
tramurals 2, 4; Football Intra- 
mural s 4. 






Edward L. Kokidko 

152 Seminole Avenue 
Business 
Agony! Can usually be seen 
seven days a week running down 
Leary Field with a look of pain 
in his face. Eddy will never for- 
get his days at W.H.S. and is 
looking forward to the Army in 
June. Airborne-Ranger! Good 
luck Eddy. 

Cross Country; Indoor Track; 
Outdoor Track 2, 3, 4; Audio- 
Visual 2, 3, 4; Crimson Crier 2, 
3; Drama. 




Lori B. Krahn 

110 Smith Street 



Mark W. Krampits 

125 Lakeview Avenue 
College 

Finally! 

Chess Club 2; Bowling 4. 




Nancy Kring 

55 Columbus Avenue 
College 
"The whole earth is my birth- 
place and all humans are my 
brothers and sisters." 

Kahlil Gibran 

Chorus 2, 3; Women's Group 4; 
Nurse's Office 3, 4; Senior Revue. 




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"Hey kid, I'm alone, 

I got the cologne. 

Maybe we'll run into 

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Nancy LaBranche 

123 Chestnut Street 
Work-Study 
This attractive Senior will always 
be remembered by her classmates 
in English, especially Ellen. 
Nancy's pretty smile will go far 
in the business world. 



Roy LaCava 

29 Wadsworth Avenue 

Business 

I just wasted 12 years of my life! 

Good luck to my best teacher, 

Mr. Prohovich. 

Weightlifting 4. 




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Debra A. Lacci 

22 Augustus Road 
College 

If one advances confidently in 
the direction of his dreams, he 
will meet with a success unsus- 
pected in common hours. 
Pep Squad 2; Softball 2; French 
Club 2; Ecology Club 3; Reagle 
Players 2, 3, 4; Senior Revue; 
Mirror Staff; Literary Editor 4. 



Donna M. Lahey 

2 Brookway Center 




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Patricia A. LaMacchia 

129 Midland Drive 
College 
Pat will always remember her 
friends at W.H.S. and all the 
good times she had with them. 
Her future plans include college 
and Tom. Good luck to the class 
of 1973. 

Senior Revue; H.Y.P. 2; Class 
Day Committee 3. 



Brian Lambert 

42 Derby Street 



Debra Landry 

208 Brown Street 




Janese Landry 

71 Kendall Park 
Ski Club 3; Senior Revue; Teen 
Canteen 4- 





Joan P. Lang 

8 5 College Farm R. 
Business 

Joanie can always he found at 
Burger Km.e or at W w Tncland 
Dragway with Mikey. After crad- 
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David Laroche 

5 Weir Road 
College 
Recall your thoughts of the past, 
review your thoughts of today, 
and when your thoughts of the 
future come, you will see that 
none of them compare. 
Ski Club 4. 





Joyce W. Larouche 

4 Meadow Lane 




Debra Lawson 

119 Greenwood Lane 



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Carmen M. Lassalle 

25 Rockbridge Road 
College 
Carmen will long be remembered 
by her many friends for her 
friendly out-going personality. 
Among her favorites are B.C., 
W.H.S. Hockey Games, Chinese 
food and an occasional get toget- 
her with the gang. Carmenooch, 
Remember us all! 
Spanish Club 2, 3; Homecoming 
Court 3. 



Sandra Lynne Lavoie 

20 Lowell Street 
College 
Sandy will always remember 
W.H.S. and her class with "The 
Golden-One." Plans include nur- 
sing. Good luck — Class of "73." 





Joseph Lazaro 

15 Semiole Avenue 



John S. Leard 

14 Greenwood Lane 
College 

This Senior Revue clown can be 
seen during the winter months 
rending goal for our Champion 
Hockey Team. "The Gump's" fu- 
ture include a career in physical 
therapy. 

Cross Country 2, 3, 4; Hockey 2, 
3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 2; 
Senior Revue. 




Karen E. Lawton 

17 Berkshire Road 
College 
"Without acting a part 
Look to yourself for the source 
of art, 
and quietly and uniquely 
reproduce yourself just as you 
are." 
Girls' Varsity Field Hockey 3; 
Pep Squad 3, 4; Senior Revue; 
Homeroom Yearbook Represen- 
tative 2,3,4. 




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Diane G. LeBlanc 

111 Florence Road 
College 

"It is not what is around us, but 
what is in us, not what we have 
but what we are, that makes us 
really happy." 

Junior Prom Committee; Senior 
Prom Committee; Senior Revue; 
Student-to-Student Drug Program 
3. 



Jane Leblanc 

77 Cabot Street 




Michel J. LeBlanc 

5 Mt. Pleasant 
Vocational 
tichel plans to become a pro- 
ssional drag racer. He can be 
)und at New England Dragway, 
i weekends or at the Burger 
ing after 6 p.m. nights. 





Roger LeBlanc 

144 Summer Street 
College 
Roger will always remember the 
great WHS hockey team, and 
passing off all those absentee notes 
to Mr. Morang. His outstanding 
personality will carry him far in 
the future. 



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Ronald A. LeBlanc 

16 Curtis Street 
College 



Sandra LeBlanc 

20 Farnsworth Avenue 
Business 




Stella LeBlanc 

1 15 Ash Street 
Business 





Janice LeFort 

3 Joyce Road 
Business 
"You can't always get what you 
want; But if you trv sometimes, 
you just might find you get what 
your need." 

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Brenda Ann Leger 

16 Wampum Avenue 
College 
Flying Club 4. 





Edith Leighton 

66 Cedar Street 




Lucy Lement 

24 Graymore Road 

College 

To be curious is to be alive. To 

sense the wonder in things, great 

and small. 

Russian Club 2, 3; French Club 
4; Drama Club 2. 



James Lennon 

225 South Street 




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Edward Lenza 

18 Kendall Park 
College 
Italian Club. 





Judith Lenza 

18 Kendall Park 
College 

Talent Show 2, 3, 4. 




Janice M. Leumbruno 

98 Marlborough Road 
Business 
"Well, alright!" Janice could be 
seen wandering the halls during 
Study classes and popping in and 
out of the girls' room all day! 



Rosemarie Lepicek 

1 1 Wheelock Terrace 
Business 
"Life is to be lived and not en- 
dured." 




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Brian M. Leslie 

169 Felton Street 
Vocational 



Barbara A. Liuzzo 

49 Clark Street 
College 
This friendly Senior will never 
forget the fun she had in caf. 
studies. She can always be found 
with Eddie. Her future plans in- 
clude college and marriage. 




Kevin (C.B.) Locke 

225 Adams Street 
College 
C.B. can always be seen with 
Blades, Frak, Kabonkas, Boopa, 
Sal, and Claff. His favorite class 
was Chemistry with Mr. Yetten. 

Drama Club 2; Swim Team 2, 3, 
4; Senior Revue 4; Baseball 4- 









Diane Lord 

67 Hillcrest Road 
Business 

Diane's future plans include mar- 
riage in September. 



Wm. Jeffrey Lord 

32 Vernon Street 
College 
Jeff will always be remembered 
for his cheerful "Hi" and friend- 
liness toward others. His outstand- 
ing personality will carry him far 
in the world. "Smile." 
Concert Choir 4; Boys' Chorus 3, 
4; Talent Show 3; Senior Revue 
4; Drama. 



Mary Lorette 

15 7 Summer Street 

Business 

Nurse's Office 3, 4: Chorus 2. 3, 4. 




Beryl Lowell 

18 Chester Avenue 
College- 
Tomorrow, 
Sec the things that never come 
Today. 

Neil Young 

Rcagle Players: Drama Club 2; 
Senior Re rue .Talent Show 3. 





Margie Lucchese 

(0 Dix Street 

College 

I'm free. It's only the beginning 

of what I want to feel ton\ 

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Italian Club 4; Manager, Girls' 

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Eddie Lunderville 

244 School Street 
College 





Janice Maccagnano 

36 Bancroft Street 




Deborah Ann MacDonald 

66 Plympton Street 
Business 

Debbie is well known in school 

and down at Brigham's for her 

great driving ability. Now the 

cars will see her purple people 

eater. 

Senior Revue. 



Bruce Macdowell 

475 Lexington Street 




Carole Maclnnis 

19 Thayer Road 
College 
Carole can be seen down at the 
Stop & Shop pressing those but- 
tons, or with Timmy, riding 
around town. 





Donald Madaglia 

112 Seminole Avenue 




Dennis Mahoney 

175 Summer Street 
Work-Study 



Gael L. Mahoney 

90 Mallard Way 
College 

The waves echo behind me. Pa- 
tience, Faith, Openness is what 
the sea has to teach. Simplicity, 
Solitude . . . But there are other 
beaches to explorer. This is only 
a beginning. 

Anne Morrow Lindberg 
Crimson Crier 2, News Editor 3, 
4; Drama Club 4; Forum Club 3, 
Secretary 4; French Club 4; Con- 
cert Choir 4; Girls' Glee Club 4; 
National Honor Society 3, 4; De- 
bate Club 2; Reagle Players, 
Property Mistress 2, 3, 4; Year- 
book Literary Staff; Senior Revue; 
Homeroom Representative 2, 3, 
4; Waltham Hospital Explorer 
Program. 




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Jayne Mahoney 

214 Warren Street 
College 
You can always find Jayne run- 
ning to the girls' room to have 
a quick smoke with Sue. Jayne, 
see you at Watertown Park! 



Patricia Mahoney 

175 Summer Street 

Distributive Ed. 

If at first you don't succeed, quit. 

Deca 4; Deca Chapter President. 




Diane Maillet 

85 Hall Street 
Business 





Donnie Maillet 
106 Bright Street 
"Dreams are for those who 
sleep." Future plans include go- 
ing to California. 
Tennis. 




Ivan Maillet 

68 Exchange Street 
Distributive Ed. 
Ivan's favorite pastime is skiing 
his way down the slopes of Mt. 
Snow. His future plans include 
joining the Air Force. 



Robert Maker 

31 Ode Street 
Vocational 
I've learned a lot from Mr. 
hane, but I'm glad it's over. 



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Lydia C. Mallozzi 

25 Keinford Avenue 





Joseph Malone 

90 Ellison Park 

College 

Graduation doesn't bring an end 

but merely a new beginning. 

Good Luck. 

Foot hull 2. 1, 4; W Tallinn . 
Student Council President 
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Joyce A. Mangan 

7 Wellington Street 
College 
"You better live your best and 
act your best and think your best 
today, for today is the sure prep- 
aration of tomorrow and all the 
tomorrows that follow." 

Marti neau 

Senior Revue; Crimsonettes 4; 
Talent Shew 3; Ski Club 2, 3. 





Patricia R. Mangie 

99 Chestnut Street 
Business 

Things bygone are the only things 
that last: 
The present is mere grass, 

quick-mown away. 
The past is stone, and stands 

forever fast. 

Intramural Tennis 3; Pep Squad 
2, 3; Senior Revue. 




JoAnne M. Mangini 

54 Rose Hill Way 
College 

Jodi, affectionately known as 
"Flea", is a multi-talented Senior 
whose excellence in art, theatre, 
and dance has been appreciated by 
all. Her friendly smile and ef- 
fervescent personality, along with 
her buffoonish antics, are loved 
by all and will long be remem- 
bered. 

Cheerleader 4; Gymnastics 3; 
Drama Club 3; Senior Revue; 
Talent Show 3, 4; Pep Squad 2, 
3; Chorus 4; Girls' Chorus; One- 
Act Plays 4; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Reagle Players. 



Michael Manco 

103 Lake Street 




Cheryl Manning 

45 Wellington Street 





Cheryl M. Mannion 

132 Pine Hill Circle 
Business 
I believe it to be true that dreams 
are the true interpreters of our 
inclinations, but there is art re- 
quired to sort and understand 
them. 

Pep Squad 2, 3; Library 2; Sen- 
ior Revue. 




Robert "Tic" Mansur 

College 
When you say "Tic", you've said 
it all. 

Basketball lntramurals 2, 3, 4; 
Basketball Team 3, 4; Senior 
Revue. 



Eddie Mantey 

69 Princeton Avenue 
Vocational 




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George Mara 

91 Vernon Street 



Debbie Maccantonio 

58 School Avenue 
College 
"Your friend is your needs an- 
swered. You come to him with 
your hunger, and you seek him 
for peace." 

The Prophet 
Kahlil Gibran 




Jane A. Marchand 

88 Shirley Road 
Business 

This blue-eyed Senior can usu- 
illy be found at Burger King. 
After her foods class with Miss 
VonArx, she'll be able to keep 
Raymond fat and content for a 
ong time! She plans to become 
i receptionist. 

Senior Revue. 




Kenny Marcou 

48 Beaverbrook Road 
College 

"What's for supper at YOUR 
house?!" 




Ann M Martin 

27 Lord Street 
College 
"My mind is always open, except 
naturally when it's closed, be- 
cause the facts of the case is al- 
ready known to me." 

Archie Bunker 



Virginia Carol Martin 

94 Hatherly Road 
Business 
Will be attending Katharine 
Gibbs for the two year Liberal 
Arts Course. "It matters not what 
you are thought to be, but what 
ycu are." — Syrus 

Pep Squad 3," Complimentary 
Member of the Walt ham Wom- 
en's Club 4: Senior Revue. 




John Masciovecchio 

25 Coolidge Avenue 
Vocational 

My three years in prison. 





Louis Mason Jr. 

i Windsor Terrace 
Distributive Ed. 

What others say of me matters 
little, what I myself say and do 

matters much. 



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Susan A. Mason 

4 Windsor Terrace 
Business 
Susan can usually be found run- 
ning to the girls' room between 
classes. She plans to enter the 
Army after graduation. Her per- 
sonality and sense of humor will 
take her far in the future! 





Lyn Mazzarini 

49 Woodland Road 
College 

Remember always that you have 
not only the right to individu- 
ality, you have an obligation. 
You cannot make any useful con- 
tribution in life unless you do 
this. 




Michael Mazzone 

16 Caughey Street 
Vocational 

Drawing with Mr. Russell 
Mike's best class. 



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Donna McCall 

9 Auburn Terrace 
College 

Donna plans to go into nursing. 
She will always remember all the 
fun at W.H.S. with Rita, Nancy, 
Margie, Lorraine, Karen, Terry 
and Susan. 
Senior Revue; Nurse's Office 2, 3. 




Michael McCall 

9 Auburn Terrace 

Business 

Remember eating lunch with Pat, 

Roger, Mike, Tom (Rea), Mobie, 

Fogg and Mark. 





Jacquelyn McCarthy 

22D Dermody Road 
Business 
This well liked popular Senior 
can be seen walking down the 
corrdiors of W.H.S. with Kenny 
or laughing with her friends 
Pat, Mary, or Harve. 

Softball 3, 4; Senior Revue. 




Joanne McCarthy 

156 Weston Street 
College 

Making friends for the world to 
see, let the people know you've 
got what you need. With a friend 
at hand you will see the light. If 
your friends are there, everything 
will be all right. 

Elton John 

Senior Revue. 



Karen McCarthy 

12 Webster Street 







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Kathleen A. McCarthy 

111 Greer Street 
Business 
I plan to take two years at Mass. 
Bay for secretarial. I enjoy Short- 
hand with Mrs. Mooney and sew- 
ing with Mrs. McClure, also lunch 
with Betty, Pam, Paula, Tracey, 
Trisha, Patty, and Suzette. 
Softball 2; Senior Revue; Year- 
book Committee 2, 3, 4; Cap and 
Gown Committee 4. 



Daniel McCluskey 

8 Hammer Street 

College 




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Doreen McDonald 

158 Clark Lane 
College 
You give but little when you give 
of your possessions. It is when 
you give of yourself, that you 
truly give. 

Kahlil Gibran 

Student Council 4; Senior Re: ue. 



Elizabeth McDonald 

50 Highland Street 
makes me wonder . . 



George McDonald 

10 Calvary Street 
Business 
George can always be found 
cruising around Waltham in his 
white Falcon or standing around 
in Jolly Burger yelling "A Ham 
and a Fry!" Future plans include 
food serving school and opening 
up his own place 




Robert McDonald 

234 Ash Street 
Business 
Basketball 2, 3. 





Terry McGann 

5B Darmcdv Read 
College 

After graduation, Terrv in:; 
t ) pursue a career in big time 
wrestling or scuba dning. 

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Robert C. McGann 

96 Church Street 
College 
Chess Club 2, 3: Crimson Crier 
3. 4: Track. Indoor and Outdoor 
2. 3. 4: Cross Country 3. 4: Sen- 
ior Revue. 




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Susan Marie McGann 

26 Faneuil Road 
College 
Sue's favorite class is Sociology 
with Miss McGuire. She enjoys 
the Bruins' games, Chicago, and 
ice skating. A career in nursing 
lies ahead for this Senior. 
Nurse's Office 2. 3. 4; French 
Club 3: Chorus 4; Senior Revue. 




Gerry McGovern 

41 Circle Drive 
College 

It was a valiant effort made on 
the part of Mr. Foley to inspire 
me to become a math teacher, 
however I have decided to retain 
my sanity and remain a normal 
human being. 

Band 2. 3. 4: Studio Orchestra 

2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 

3, 4: Latin Club 2. 3. 



Judith A .McGovern 

5 1 Farwell Street 
College 

Ask, Seek, Knock 

"Ask, and ycu will receive; Seek 

and you will find; Knock, and 

the dcor will be opened to you." 

Matthew 7:7 

Russian Club 2, 3, 4. 




Kevin P. McGovern 

51 Farwell Street 
College 




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Timothy J. McGrath 

6 Chester Lane 
College 

Tim came to W.H.S. in his Jun- 
ior year. He plans to go on to 
Northeastern after graduation. 







Marjorie McKenna 

10-F Dermody Road 
College 
Margie hopes to become a teacher 
someday. She plans to travel 
when she gets out of school. Her 
favorite class was Sociology with 
Miss Collins. Good luck in the 
future Margie! 

Chorus 2. 3, 4: Student-to-Stu- 
dent Drug, Program 3, 4; Senior 
Revue. 



Jane McNamara 

""8 Central Street 

College 

. . . the elephants are kindly, 

but they're dumb. 

Pigeons plot in secrecy 

and hamsters turn on frequently — 

what a gas. You gotta come and 

see "at the ZOO'' 

Russian Club 2. 3, 4: Stage Band 

4: Class Treasurer 2; Basketball 

2. 3. 




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Matthew J. McNamara 

20 Lafayette Street 
College 





Fran "Mel" Melanson 

23 Wadswotth Avenue 
College 
Mel will never forget all the 
card games and parties with the 
kids and his best friend, Wally 
B., who still owes him a gold 
watch! 

Hockey 2, 3, 4. 




Karen Meliones 

173 Ravenswood 



Joseph Meola 

131 Main Street 




James Mercurio 

71 Lake Street 



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R. Glen Michell 

159 Florence Road 
College 

Glen will always be remembered 
at W.H.S. for his unique person- 
ality and his great performance, 
playing his trombone in the Sen- 
ior Revue. 

Rifle Team 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; 
Dance Band 2, 3, 4; Senior Re- 
vue. 




Edward Mickel 

906 Moody Street 
Vocational 
Ed can usually be found from 
8:00 to 2:10 in the Drafting 
Room with George. His future 
plans include marriage and fur- 
thering his education. 



Paula Milinazzo 

100 Bright Street 
College 
"There's a rolling river 

In the center of your soul, 
An eternal giver 

With a rich and endless flow." 

James Cavanaugh 

Crimsonettes; Celebration; Ski 

Club 2. 3: Ward Representatn c 

2; Senior Revue; Lab Assistant. 




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Michael Miller 

33 Addison Road 



Terry Miller 

55 Cleveland 
College 

Each to his own way, I don't 
mind. Best of luck with what 
you find. But for your own sake 
remember times we use to know. 

Art Club. 




Donald W. Mills 

1 1 Windsor Terrace 
College 

Things have become too impor- 
tant when they take time away 
from people. 
Latin Club 2; Spanish Club 2, 3. 





Gail B. Milton 

122 Warren Street 
College 

"But now old friends are acting 

strange 
They shake their heads, they say 

I've changed; 
Well, something's lost and some- 
thing's gained 

In living everyday." 
Chorus 2, 3, 4; Chorus Social 
Chairman 2; Girls' Chorus 2, 4; 
Homeroom Representative 2, 3 
4; Girls' Swim Team 3; Boys' 
Swim Team Manager 3, 4; Sen- 
ior Revue. 



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Nick Mirabile 

26 Windsor Terrace 
College 
Wrestling Team (Co-captain) 2, 
3, 4; Crimson Crier Staff. 



Joanne Marie Mobilia 

100 Summit Street 
College 
After all the good-byes have been 
uttered, the remembrance of 
high school only sputters ... an 
end is here, but the future is 
near, we'll go there — together. 




Mimma Mola 

8 Martyn Street 





Scott Moldoff 

34 Berkley Street 
College 
Scott will remember many good 
times at W.H.S. 
Crimson Crier 2. 4; German 
Club 4; French Club 2. 



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Debra Montagna 

75 Hibiscus Avenue 






Katherin Mooney 
45 Derby Street 



Pam Moores 

74 Hardy Pond Road 
It's OK, but I'm glad I'm out. 



Charles M. Moran 

100 Morton Street 
College 
. . . how time flies when you are 
having a good time. . . 
Ward Representative 3; Student 
Council Officer 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 
4; Basketball 2, 3; Drug Com- 
mittee 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; 
Student Government Day 3; 
Junior Prom Committee; Rifle 
Club 2. 




Maryann Morreale 
1664 Trapelo Road 
Business 
Friendship is the most precious 
treasure of all." I will always re- 
member the many friends I have 
met in the three years at W.H.S. 
horus 2, 3. 4; Drama Club 2; 
Senior Revue; Talent Show 4; 
j iris' Chorus 2. 






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Ruth-Ann Morrell 

14 Brook way Road 
Business 

Bearded and beretcd I proudly 
stand. 
But there are no eyes to sec me? 
I send down cool sounds! 

But there are no ears to hear 
me. 
Chorus 2, 3, 4; Girls' Chorus 2: 
Usherette for Reagle Players 2. 3: 
Senior Retue. 



Douglas Moulton 

38 Albermarlc Road 



Joseph Monaco 

96 Hammond Street 

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Stephen A. Moynihan 

60 Greenwood Lane 
College 
Grief can take care of itself, but 
to get the full value of joy, you 
must have somebody to divide it 
with. 

Chorus 3, 4; Concert Choir 4; 
Football 2, 3, 4; Track 2;- Weight 
Training, 2, 3; Senior Revue. 




Steven Mozie 

39 Common Street 

Vocational 

Steve can be seen running after 

school or making fine furniture 

in the shop. 

Cross Country 3, 4; Indoor Track 
3, 4; Outdoor Track 3, 4; Na- 
tional Honor Society 3, 4. 





Patty Muise 

220 Brown Street 

Business 

Gone forever. 

Now gone, but not forgotten. 

How could I forget the likes 

of you? 

Just the sight of you could make 

imaginations fly, 

Just to think about you almost 

makes me cry. 




Charles Mula 

35 Harvard Street 



Willliam Mullins 

68 Prospect Hill Road 
Vocational 




Keith Munroe 

84 Robbins Street 
Vocational 





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84 Robbins Street 



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Annmarie Murgo 

6 Rosehill Way 
Business 
Annmarie will always be remem- 
bered for being late for classes. 
She enjoys going out to eat and 
watching hockey games with Al. 
Her future plans include mar- 
riage. Good luck, Annmarie. 





Alfred Murphy 

10 Prospect Hill Lane 



Susan Murphy 
22E Hansen Road 




Thomas Murphy 

1 Wilbur Street 





James Murray 

43 Wellington Street 




Nancy Jean Murray 

101 Hatherly Road 

College 

"A new day, a new way 

And new eyes to see the dawn 

Go your way 

I'll go mine, and carry on." 

Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 2. 3; 
Drama Club 2: National Honor 
Society 3, 4; Crimson Crier 4; 
Aviation Club 4: Varsity Field 
Hockey J, 4: Senior Revue; Year- 
book Staff. 



Stephan Najarian 

40 Smart Street 

College 

In all my years at Waltham High, 

I never let school interfere in mv 

education. Mr. Pinman. 

Wrestling 2. J, 4, Co-captain 4: 
Ski Club 3, 4. 




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Hilary Nicholsen 

73 Warren Street 




Julia Nix 

155 Myrtle Street 
College 

"A quiet person often speaks less 
with his tongue and more with 
his heart." 





Kathy Noke 

7 5 Hillcrest Street 
College 
Basketball 3, 4; Softball 3. 4. 




Thomas Noonan 

208 Beal Road 
Colllege 
This friendly Senior can be seen 
at all W.H.S. activities, ranging 
from his great defensive ability 
on the field to managing our 
hockey team. His winning ways 
will bring him much success in 
future years. 

Football 2, 3. 4: Baseball 2: Track 
3. 4; Hockey Manager 3. 4. 



Joseph O'Brien 

45 Lyman Terrace 





Paul O'Brien 

162 Newton Street 



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Karen Ann O'Connell 

81 Virginia Road 
College 
f you smile at me I will under- 
tand, because that is something 
veryone does in the same lan- 
;uage. 

Cheerleader 3, 4; Homeroom Rep- 
esentative; Senior Prom Commit- 
ee; Yearbook Representative; 
~)rama Club; Chorus; Senior Re- 
ue; Housemaster's Office 2, 3; 
luby Club. 





Karen O'Connell 

30 Porter Road 




Mary Caroline O'Connell 

44 Cedarwood Avenue 

College 

"I ended up with ... a broken 

laugh and a thousand memories, 

and not a single regret." 

Edgar Lee Masters 

Teen Canteen 2, 3; Junior Class 
V.P.; Senior Revue; Student Gov- 
ernment Day Representative 3; 
National Honor Society 3, 4; Sen- 
ior Class Secretary; 1973 Mirror; 
Junior Prom Committee. 



Barbara R. O'Donnell 

214 Beal Road 
College 

All these places have their mo- 
ments, but lovers and friends I 
still can recall. Some are dead 
and some are living; in my life, 
I've loved them all. 




Brian O'Halloran 

80 Chester Lane 





Janes Frances Ohnemus 

32 Cowasset Lane 
College 
"You say it's very hard 
To leave behind the life we knew 

But there's no other way 
And now it's really up to you." 
Elton John 

Cheerleader 4; Teen Council 4: 
National Honor Society 3. 4: Ski 
Club 2. 3. 4; Gymnastics 3; Prom 
Committee 3. 4: Senior Revue 4. 




Elizabeth O'Mara 

86 Lowell Street 
Art major, to "G": Here is my 
song for the asking. Ask me and 
I will play all the love that I 

hold inside." 



Leo O'Neill 




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Susan O'Reilly 

Susan looks forward to a career 
in hairdressing and a happy mar- 
riage after graduation. 



Sarah J. Orifice 

136 Chaffee Avenue 
College 

Today is the first day of the rest 
of your life. 
Live each day to the fullest, 
Look ahead to the future, and 
If you must look back 
Remember only" the best of times. 
Student Government Day 3: Sen- 
ior Prom Committee; Ski Club 2, 
3. 4; Girls' Suim Team 3- 





Joseph X. Ormond 

159 Overland Road 
College 
"Glad to make it to the end.' 
wants to be a cop. 

Hockey 2, 3; Football 2, 3. 



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Paul E. Osganian 

137 Virginia Road 
College 
"Ozzie" loves to eat out! 
Football 2, 3, 4; Student Coun- 
cil 4. 



Nancy Owens 
22 Wingate Road 
College 
"How shall a man live, 
that he build?" 

T. S. Eliot 



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Linda Pagliazzo 

68 Beal Road 

It is no more possible to live in 
the future than it is to live in 
the past. If life is not now, it is 
never. 





Eva Pagnani 

20 James Street 

College 
"We know that if we get too 
close it will kill us, but what 
does that matter? It is better to 
be happy for a moment and be 
burned up with beauty than to 
live a long time and be bored 
all the while." 

Don Marquis 
French Club 3, 4; Italian Club 4; 
National Honor Society 3. 4; 
Reagle Players; Yearbook Staff. 



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Cynthia Palmiotto 

73 Kingston Road 

College 

Time it was . . . 

And what a time it was 

It was . . . 
A time of innocence, 
A time of confidences 

Long ago. 
Presetve your memories; 
They're all that's left you. 
iajorette 3, 4; Girls' Vice-Presi- 
'ent 4; Ward Representative 2, 
; Italian Club Secretary 2, 3 4; 
ki Club 2, 3, 4; Tennis Team 
\ 4; Crimson Crier Staff 2. 








David Panjain 

798 Trapelo Road 




Gary Paquette 

68 Old Conn. Path, Wayland 
Vocational 
'Here we go," 327 Camaro! 
'Wait till June!" 



Lorraine Park 

328 Crescent Street 
Distributive Ed. 




Marylou Pasciscia 

98 Warren Street 





Debbie Patano 

78 Stow Street 
Business 
You can always see Debbie run- 
ning down the halls laughing or 
screaming cut to someone, "What 
am I going to do?" She plans to 
be a hairdresser and a good house- 
wife. 




Leslie Patterson 

105 Bacon Street 
Vocational 
Class Treasurer 3. 



Virginia Payne 

27 Wellington Street 




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Marjorie Pearlman 

40 Graymore Road 
College 

National Honor Society 3, 4; 
Crimson Crier, Literary Editor 3, 
4; Latin Club 2, 3, 4; "This Week 
at Walt bam High", Staff Writer 
4; Art Editor, Literary Magazine 
4. 



Bob Pedersen 

17 Melody Lane 
College 

Bob's future plans include a ca- 
reer in carpentry. 
Band. 




Susan Peirce 

400 Waverly Oaks Road 
College 

"Take your time, think a lot 
Think of everything you've got. 
For you will still be here 

tomorrow, 
But your dreams may not." 

Cat Sevens 





Jeanine Pelletier 

19 Chamberlain Terrace 
Distributive Ed. 
Peace I leave with you; My peace 
I give to you; not as the world 
gives do I give to you. Let not 
your hearts be troubled, neither 
let them be afraid. 

Deca Club 4; H-Club 3, 4. 




Linda Pelletier 

756 South Street 

College 

Every morning, Linda can be 
seen with Jane and Barbara in 
the caf, eating two honey dip 
donuts and drinking a' milk. 
Sometimes when I'm at my 
friend's school, they give me 
rides home (hint, hint). 



Bob Peltier 

61 Mallard Way 




Scott W. Penney 

78 Mallard Way 





Linda R. Penzone 

18 Gorman's Court 

"All of us were children; seems 
like yesterday was a dream, play- 
ing games in their world of fan- 
tasy. . . ." 

Tom Clay 
Majorette 3, 4: Teen Council 4; 
Chorus 4: Italian Club 2, 3, 4: 
Italian Honor Society 4; Senior 
Revue. 



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John Joseph Perna 

26 Lincoln Terrace 
wish to go on to college and 
ke Air Force R.O.T.C. I hope 

fter college, that I will pass all 
ie required tests and become an 

Ur Force officer. 






Daniel Peruzzi 

309 Dale Street 



David J. Peterson 

97 Temple Road 
Vocational 



Barbara V. Perron 

Columbus Avenue 
College 
Out of school, Barbara is found 
in Kevin's blue Plymouth Hemi. 
In school, when not skipping her 
cooking or art class, she is heard 
hopelessly asking, "Does anybody 
have their dollar for the yearbook 
ad?" Happy Easter! 
Basketball 2; Softball 2; German 
Club 2, 3; Homeroom Yearbook 
Representative 2, 3, 4; Senior Re- 
vue; Housemaster's Office 3, 4. 




Michael A. Petricone 

1 1 Hemlock Terrace 
College 

f you smile at me, I will under- 
:and because that is something 
verybndy everywhere does in 
ne same language. 
atin Club 2, 3, 4; Rifle Club 2; 
ntramural Sports 4; Soccer Team 
3.4. 





Patricia Pierce 

52 Alder Street 




Gloria J. Petrie 
258 Seminole Avenue 
It's been real . . . 
Drama Club 2. 3. 



Lawrence Pinkham 

69 Alderwood Road 

When not working at Don's, 
Larry can usually be found water 
skiing with Ingi. He plans to join 
the service in the fall. Good 
luck to the nightly Burger King 
Crew!" 




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Nancy L. Place 

"We do not remember days; we 
remember moments." 

Cesare Pavese 

Majorette 3, 4; Teen Council 4; 
Chorus 4; Senior Revue. 




Barbara Poirier 

12 Wood lawn Street 
College 
This twinkle-eyed Cheerleader 
will always be well remembered 
for dancing in the moonlight. 
Her famous last words are "I 
promise I'll be home before the 
street lights go off . . ." 
Ski Club 2, 3; Cheerleader 4; Pep 
Squad 2, 3; Volleyball 2, 3; Sen- 
ior Revue 4; Talent Show 3, 4; 
Basketball 2. 




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Doreen Poulin 

53 Walnut Street 
College 

Doreen will always be remem- 
bered for her friendly smile and 
outgoing personality. She could 
be found, along with the gang, at 
all the parties or crashing Ben's 
on a slow Saturday night. Reenie, 
remember us all. 

Senior Revue; Teen Canteen; jun- 
ior Prom Committee; Ski Club 2. 





Donald Poierier 

57 Lawrence Street 
College 

Donny, known as "Donnel", will 
always be remembered for his 
warm personality and his outgo- 
ing ways. He can always be seen 
with Billy or Peter doing what 
ordinary, normal people wouldn't 
think of doing. 

Football 2, 3, 4; Track 2; Senior 
Revue. 



Jennifer A Porretta 

151 Prospect Hill Road 
College 
Jennifer can be seen walking into 
parties, then crawling out. She'll 
long be remebered for her unique 
vocabulary. Good luck, Andie. 
You'll always be remembered. 
Vice-President, Sophomore Class; 
Senior Revue. 



Lance L. Porter 

156 Robbins Street 
College 

I shall continue to work on the 
theoretical evaluation of the nu- 
clear fission theory in counter- 
position to the findings of rela- 
tivity. 
Drama Club 2,3,4- 






Holly Powderly 

69 Plympton Street 



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81 Frances Street 





Annette Simone Presseau 

135 Felton Street 
Business 
"For when the one Great Scorer 
comes to write against your 
name, He writes not that you won 
or lost — but how you played the 
game." 




Cheryl Ann Price 

21 Berkshire Road 

College 

Good luck to all of my friends! 

I hope life treats you all like you 

want it to. 



Janice Princiotta 

207 Temple Road 
College 
Janice can be seen on weekends 
looking for something to do with 
her friends, Beth. Julie, and Tina. 
She will never forget Crimson- 
ettes, Cheerleading, and H block 
study. 

Crimsonettes 2, 3. 4; Cheerleader 
4; Teen Canteen 2,3,4- 




Kim Provencher 

63 Chester Lane 
College 

Cim can be seen with "the kids" 
n a little bit of everything at 
y/.H.S. We're sure she'll never 
orget all the good times she 
hared. 

7 rench Club 2; Chorus 3, 4; Pep 
■ c/uad 3; Homeroom Yearbook 
lep; Senior Revue Costume Com- 
nittee; Senior Revue. 






Vincent Provencher 

5 Summit Street 

College 

Three very important things to 

remember: Faith, Hope, and Love. 

Chemistry Club. 



Marion Puglisi 

92 Milton Street 

Dedicated to my love, Roy 
"Earth has no joy if I should 

lose thee, 
Heaven is mine if thou should 

choose me." 
Band 2. 3. 4; Biology Club 2; 
Future Teachers Club 2. 



Robert Quakers 
33 Plympton Street 




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Bette Radosta 

247 Weston Street 



Nancy L. Raguso 

This attractive Senior is known 
for her year-round tan. Her fa- 
vorites are food and boys. Bye, 
Andie. 

Senior Revue 4; Library Aide 2, 
3; Tennis 2, 3, 4. 




Scott Raines 

26 Dexter Street 
Vocational 
Scott plans- to become a fireman 
in Waltham. He can be found 
in the company of Bussy, Dave 
and Paul. 





Joseph Rando 

598 Lexington Street 




Donna L Randolph 

11 Harding Avenue 

College 

And finally, we are as the times 

are. We meet to part and go our 

separate ways. 

Italian Club 2, 3. 4; Italian Club 
Treasurer 3, 4; German Club 4; 
Field Hockey Team 3: Mr. Bel- 
liveau's Office 3; Senior Revue; 
Yearbook Representative, 



Gregory Raneri 

130 Seminole Avenue 




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Debra J. Ranno 

75 Florence Road 
Business 
"If you are lonely and need me, 
I will be there. If in that loneli- 
ness you need to talk, I will lis- 
ten. If you need to listen, I will 
talk; and if you need the strength 
of human touch, I will touch 
you." 

Italian Club 2; Crimsonettes 4; 
Cap and Gown Representative; 
junior Prom Committee; Senior 
Revue; Senior Prom Committee. 





Mike Ravesi 

764 Lexington Street 
College 



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William C. Rea 

55 Graymore Road 

College 

"Don't you see a change a'coming 

from another side of time, 
breaking down the walls of silence, 
lifting shadows from your mind. 
Placing back the missing mirrors 

that before you could find 
filling mysteries of emptiness 
that yesterday left behind." 

Cat Stevens 
Latin Club 2, 3, 4; German Club 
2, 3, 4. 






David Reardon 

39 Bruce Road 
College 
Happy days are here again, 
God". College is in the 
for this jolly Senior. 
Golf Team 4. 



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future 



Harold Reilly 

32 Thornton Road 
College 



Jeffrey Renna 
8 Hager Lane 




Lawrence F. Reynolds 

239 Grove Street 
College 

"Happy days are finally here. 






Gerard U. Richardson 

3 Noonan Street 



Mary Rose Richard 

182 Robbins Street 

College 

"But now old friends are acting 

strange; 
They shake their heads; they say 

I've changed. 
Well, something's lost and some- 
thing's gained in living every 
day." 

Joni Mitchell 

Drama Club 2. 3. 4: Senior Ad- 
visor 4; Drama Festival 3. 4; 
Children's Theatre Seminary 4; 
One-Act Plats 3: Senior Festi 
lal 4: Thespian Society 3. 4: Sen- 
ior Revue; Talent Shou 2, 3: 
Reagle Players 2. 3: Literary 
Magazine -4; Teen Canteen 
Prom Committee 4- 



Jimmi Ricci 
16 Emmeline Avenue 

"I get by with a little help from 
my friends." 

Vice President 4: Prom Commit- 
tee 4; Cap and Gown Commktet 
4. 




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6 Bright Street 



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Donna M. Ricketts 

233 Temple Road 
College 

We sometimes, from dreams, 
pick up some hints worth 
improving by reflection. 

Thomas Jefferson 

Band 2, 3, 4; Senior Revue; Tal- 
ent Show. 





Joanne Rickman 

78 Ash Street 




Marianne Rigoli 

187 Vi Brown Street 
Business 



Ronald Robbins 

12 Whittier Avenue 
College 
I plan to enlist in the Navy and 
tour the world. My ambition is 
to become a top guitarist. If you 
can't find me doing school work 
you can find me imitating Elvis 
Presley. 

Weight Lifting; Basketball; Track. 




Joan Robichaud 

74 Guinan Street 





Kevin W. Robichaud 

45 Wheelock Road 
College 
I'll always remember the gay old 
times in Bermuda with the boys, 
Vaff, Bush, and Pelly. 



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Linda Robichaud 

108 Seminole Avenue 
College 
If nothing else, you'll hear "I'm 
so embarrassed!" from Linda. It's 
her favorite thing along with C 
Block studies with Janet, Diane, 
and Joanne. Keep on smilin'! 
Homeroom Representative 2, 3, 
4; Drama Club 2; Senior Revue. 




Darlene (Aucoin) Rogers 

46 Hall Street 

Business 

It is a true experience to love 

and be loved. Time will pass, but 

memories will never be forgotten 

and emotions will never grow old. 






Oscar Robichaud 

1481/2 School Street 
Vocational 



I hope I make it! 



Barbara Roche 

242 Ash Street 
College 

I'll never forget: Mr. K. and room 
107, the greatest W.H.S. Hockey 
Team ever, "French Connection", 
cafe studies, all my parties, the 
Hingham game, great friends and 
teachers, and of course, MEL! 
Senior Revue; Chorus 3, 4; Girls' 
Glee Club 4; Mixed Glee Club 4; 
French Club 2; Yearbook Staff 4; 
Choral; Newspaper Staff 4. 




Margo Roland 

49 Shawmut Street 



Steven C. Roche 

1117 Main Street 
College 

Rochie has learned in his three 
years of high school that if you 
can't be with the one you love, 
love the one you're with. 
Basketball 2, 3, 4 Captain; Sen- 
ior Revue; Honors 2, 3, 4. 





Mark D. Rogers 

275 Dale Street 
College 

Mark can be found with Jean 

or causing trouble in the Cafe. 

His future plans include attend- 
ing school. 



Suzanne Roller 

74 Christopher Road 
College 
Sue will long be remembered for 
her warm smile and shining per- 
sonally. She will never forget her 
weekends with Julie. Tina, Beth, 
and Janice. 

M.O.T.L. 
Crimsonettes 3- 4; Ski Club 3: 
junior Prom Committee 3: Sen- 
ior Revue. 




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Christine Rooney 

220 Prospect Hill Road 
College 
In the midst of winter, I finally 
learned that there was in me, an 
individual summer, 
Chorus 4; Ski Club 2; Teen Can- 
teen 2, 4; Boogie Club 4. 



Lee Ann Rooney 

244 Linden Street 

College 

"I'm concerned 

because what you reject 

can still run your life." 

Von Italie 

Perhaps in the end, that which 

we reject shall mean the most. 

Drama Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, 
3; "This Week at Waltham High" 
3, 4; Mirror Staff 4; Drama Festi- 
val 3, 4; International Thespian 
Society 3, 4; Student Council Sec- 
retary 4; Junior Prom Commit- 
tee 3; Senior Revue; Teen Can- 
teen 4. 




Elliot Rosen 

765 Lincoln Street 
College 

If I am not for myself — who is 
for me. And being for mine own 
self — what am I? And if not now 
— when? 
Drama 2, 3, 4; A.V.2, 3, 4. 








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David Rosi 

49 Harrington Road 
College 

Dave has really blossomed at 
W.H.S. His great sense of humor 
will be remembered by all the 
good laughs he has given us here 
at W.H.S. Good luck, Dave. 
Baseball 2; Track 3; Soccer 3, 4; 
Italian Club 3, 4; Talent Show 4; 
Senior Revue; Intramural Basket- 
ball 2. 




Bernice Ann Rourke 

45 Albert Street 

College 

"Is this the face that launched 

a thousand ships?" Destination — 

Symphony Hall! 



Linda M. Ruggiero 

47 Bowker Road 

College 

If you walk through the meadow 

and look for live daisies 

wedged between rocks 

you can pick 
what you cannot love 
for more than 
a day. 
Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Children's 
Theatre 4; History Forum 2; Sen- 
ior Revue; GAP 2, 3. 




Paula Marie Russo 

134 Ellison Park 
College 

The only true gift that one per- 
son can give another, is a portion 
of himself. 

Drama Club 2; Italian Club 3; 
Glee Club 4; Concert Choir 4; 
Yearbook Staff 4; Red Cross 
Youth 2, 3, 4; National Thespian 
Society 3, 4; Senior Revue. 





Cheryl A. Ryan 

16 Hagar Street 

Business 

It is so small a thing 

to have enjoyed the sun, 

to have lived light in the spring, 

to have loved, 

to have thought, 

to have done? 

Matthew Arnold 

Drama Club 2; Senior Revue. 



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David Ryan 

26 Wyola Prospect Street 






Michael Ryan 

13 Palmer Street 
Vocational 



Maureen Sacoco 

57 Chester Avenue 



Janet A. Salvato 

62 Seminole Avenue 
Business 
One can usually find this quiet 
little Senior doing shorthand dur- 
ing cafe study, while trying to 
listen to Diane, Joanne, Linda, 
Karen, Sue and Beth gossiping. 
We all wish her the best of luck 
with Richie. 




Ralph Salvucci 

4 Valley View Road 
College 






Kenneth P. Sanasanin 

1 1 1 Ravenswood Road 
College 
Ken can often be seen with 
friends Vaff, Pelly, Robee, and 
D02. His interests are working, 
practicing karate and staying in 
school. Ken is looking forward 
to a future in pharmacy after 
high school. 



Darlene Sandstrom 



Nancy Sampson 

48 Myrtle Street 
College 

As I leave room 107, Mr. K., 

great friends, German, hockey, 

"Wade in H O", and kids who 

"stopped time" in the cafe, I 

realize: 

"Parting is all we know of heaven, 

and all we need of hell." 
Lathi Club 2: French Club 2. 3, 
4; National Honor Society 3. 4; 
F.T.A. 3; Senior Revue; Chorus 
3. 4; Concert Choir 4: Girls' Glee 
Club 4: Chorus Neuspaper Staff 
• Wixed Glee Club 4: Yearbook 
Staff 4. 




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David Sangeleir 

8 Villa Street 

College 

Take things as they come; 

your future is important. 

Get ahead and don't miss it! 



Trisha Santa 

125 Warwick Avenue 
College 

This cute, blue-eyed Senior can 
be seen hurrying down the cor- 
ridors to her English class with 
Paula — weekends skiing in New 
Hampshire. She should get far 
with her warm smile. 
Senior Revue; Ski Club 3, 4; 
Swimming, 3. 




John Santolucito 

97 Cushing Street 





Thomas S. Saulnier 

"Old stories have a secret 

They are a prison 

There is someone locked inside. 

Sometimes, when it's quiet, I 

can hear him breathing." 

Von Italie 
French Club 2, 3; Latin Club 2; 
Drama Club 2; Treasurer 3; Pres- 
ident 4; Sensitive Humans 3, 4; 
Chorale 3; Concert 4. 




Deborah Sauro 

93 Cushing Street 
Business 

Debbi can always be remembered 
for her easy-going personality and 
good looks. If she is not with 
Arthur, she can be seen cheering 
the wrestling team to victory or 
in D Block caf with the girls say- 
ing, "Wanna go to the store?" 
Junior Prom Commitee; Pep 
Squad 2, 3; Senior Prom Com- 
mittee. 



Claire Savoy 

78 Prentice Street 
College 

"Our life is frittered away by 

detail . . . Simplify, Simplify." 

Ralph Waldo Emerson 




Norm Scafidi 

149 Trapelo Road 
College 

Norm's big dream is to own a 
car that isn't attracted to telephone 
poles. His future plans are to 
grow a few inches and to find the 
time to be in two places at once. 

Band 2; Chorus 2, 3; Rifle Team 
2, 3; Rifle Team Captain 4. 





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50 Murry Street 




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Frank Scanio 

4 Bemis Avenue 
If I didn't have anything else to 
do, I wish I could go back to 
W.H.S. for another three years. 
I hope to go into electronics. I 
wish everyone in the class of '73 
the best of luck. 








Kim Schopen 

29 Palmer Street 




Edward Schroeder 

46 Parkview Road 
Vocational 



Karen Schuessler 

153 Chestnut Street 
Business 

I will never forget the great kids 
that I met at W.H.S. , or the A 
block studies in the cafeteria. 




Roger Seeholzer 

83 Rockridge Road 
College 
kind, faithful person that 
loesn't take no for an answer, 
tubborn as a mule, hard working, 
iiligent, etc., etc., obviously an 

around nice guy. 
Skiing. 





Joseph "Jody" Sennett 

56 Lyman Street 
College 

You'll see Jody performing at 
Carnegie Hall with Tug, Andy. 
and Bullit. 

Football 2, 3; Debate Club 2. 3, 4: 
Wrestlh/g Captain 2. 3. 4. 




Barbara A. Sharpe 

8 Alder Terrace 
College 
See the happy moron, 

He doesn't give a damn. 
I wish I were a moron — 
My God, perhaps I am! 

Anonymous 
Forum 3, 4; Crimson Crier, Editor- 
in-Chief 4; Drama Club 3, 4; 
FT. A. 3; Sensitive Humans 4: 
German Club 2, 3, 4; Girls' 
Varsity Tennis Team 2. 3, 4: 
National Honor Society 3, 4- 



Richard Shaughnessy 
21 Valley View Road 




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Wayne Sheck 

3 Brookway Court 
Business 
My favorite pastimes are riding 
and working on my motorcycle. 
My favorite foods are lobster, 
steak, roast beef, and anything 
Italian. I hope to own my own 
construction company some day. 
Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3; 
Track 2. 



Paula Shelly 

19 Albert Street 



David Sheperd 

9 Villa Street 





Donna Sherman 

6 Freemont Terrace 
Business 

When you close your eyes do you 
see places that you've never seen, 
vet you've been there, you've 
been walking on the edges of a 
dream. 

Carly Simon 




Joan E. Short 

77 Prentice Street 
College 

"I would not exchange the laugh- 
ter of my heart for the fortunes 
of the multitude . . . nor would 
I be content with converting my 
tears into calm." 

Ski Club 2; Talent Show 2, 3; 
Senior Revue; Pep Squad 2; Prom 
Committee 4. 



Carol Shread 
141 Ash Street 




Dana Sickles 

197 Linden Street 
College 

Dana's great musical ability and 
his great times with "Uptown 
Sound" will always be remem- 
bered .He could usually be found 
in the music department with 
Arite or "Parkhurest." Keep on 
drumming, Dana! 

Band 2, 1, 4; District 2, 3, 4: 
All State 3, 4; GBYSO; Senior 
Revue; Uptown Sound; Damian 
Trio. 





Karen Sites 

1353 Main Street 



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Scott Skinner 

205 Brown Street 





Peter Frederic Smerlas 

55 Valley View Road 
College 
When not playing basketball in 
the gym, Peter can be found 
looking for excitement with Leo, 
The Bird, The Guinea, or The 
V. Remember Ezzie! 

Basketball 2, 3, 4; Baseball 4; 
Talent Show 4: Intramurals 2. 




David Smith 

91 Summit Street 



Linda Smith 
31 Fuller Street 




William G. Smith 

236 Beal Road 
College 

K careful of what you always 
wanted . . . You might just get 

~)rama Club 2, 3, 4; German 
Zlub 2, 3, 4; Manager, Football 
''earn 3. 





Nancy Sottile 

1 10 Prentice Street 
College 




John Stahl 
50 Dix Street 



Robin Stamper 
1 Upland Road 




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Brian Stanton 

27 Parmenter Road 



Michael Stanton 

294 Warren Street 
College 
Mike can be seen running the 
football on Saturday afternoons 
in the fall and going to hockey 
games with his friends, Paul, 
Steve, Jay, and Mario. He is best 
noted for his football activities. 

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Susan Gale Stark 

164 White Street 
College 

Never fear that your life might 
ccme to an end, but rather fear 
that it may have no beginning. 
Senior Revue 4; Yearbook 4. 





David Stevens 
1 Ellery Road 




Janice Lynn Stivala 

49 Lakeview Avenue 
Business 
Janice was and always will be a 
true friend. She brought happi- 
ness into the lives of everyone 
she befriended. 
Senior Revue; Pep Squad. 



Eric A. Stocki 

31 Graymore Road 
College 

Two roads diverged in a wood, 
and I — 
I took the one less traveled by, 

And that has made all the differ- 
ence. 

Senior Revue; Photography Club 
2; Explorers' Club 3- 




John Stohl 

1 Virginia Road 








Jean M. Stoney 

29 Floyd Street 
Business 
This cute Senior, Captain of the 
Majorettes, can always be seen 
with Mark. She will be remem- 
bered by her friends for her 
sparkling smile and willingness 
to help others. 

Majorette Captain 3. 4; Junior 
Prom Committee; Yearbook Rep- 
resentative 2, 3, 4; Senior Revue. 



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Karen Straton 

81 Gregory Street 





Peter Streck 

138 Florence Street 










Robert Strom 

12 Harvard Street 



Ellen Studley 

178 Lake Street 
Work-Study 

This cute Senior can be found 
with Romeo or Nancy. Ellen will 
go far with her outstanding per- 
sonality. Good luck, Ellen. 




Jay Sturm 

108 Upton Road 
College 

Bullit may be seen at Greg's house, 
practicing with Greg, Andie, 
Jody, and Dave in their group, 
"Tuggin'." "Talk is cheap let's 
try that one in 'D,' gang." Good 
Luck in the music world, Bullit! 
Debate Club 2, 3, 4; Band 3, 4; 
Music Theory I & II 3, 4; Wres- 
tling, Team, Captain 4; Chess Club 
4; Football 2, 3, 4; Fencing 3; 
4; Senior Revue. 





Catherine Sullivan 

6 Hemlock Terrace 
College 
Cathy is planning to attend col- 
lege and hopes to teach Home 
Economics. 
Chorus 3. 4; Senior Revue 4. 





James Sullivan 
36 Prospect Street 



Kathleen Sullivan 
68 Hollace Street 







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Michael J. Sullivan 

27 Hobbs Road 
College 

Ambitious . . . Loyal . . . Coura- 
geous . . . Devoted. Mike's quali- 
ties will take him far! 

Swim Team 2; A.V. 2, 3; Chorus 2, 
3, 4; Chorale 2, 3; Concert Choir 
4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; German Club 
2; Summer Theater 3, 4; Reagle 
Players; Business Editor, Yearbook 
3,4. 



Paula Sullivan 

10 Tremont Street 




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Richard Sullivan 

8 Highland Street 
Vocational 
can usually be seen with 
and Paul in Mr. Thibo- 



deau's drafting class. 





Charles Sumner 




Chester Sutherland 

712 Beaver Street 



Susie Swartz 

24 Loretta Road 
College 

The things that money cannot 
buy are the things that are worth 
having. 

Gymnastics 2, 3,4- 




John J. Sweeney 

56 Hammond Street 
Distributive Ed. 
John, otherwise known as Pong, 
can be seen at Brigham's or in his 
brother's car. His future plans 
include getting his own car. He 
hopes to get into the automotive 
field. 
D.E.C.A. 4. 





William Swyers 

83 Galen Street 
Vocational 

Billy, known as Wingy, can be 
seen wherever the action is. 



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Johanna Szabo 

65 Woburn Street 
Well Alright! 






Denise A. Tamburro 

1273 Trapelo Road 
Business 
"Always smiling" is how this cute 
Senior will be remembered by her 
many friends at W.H.S. Her 
lively personality always brought 
joy to everyone. 
Senior Revue. 




Anthony Taranto 

10 Hall Street 
It's been a long time coming but 
it's finally over!! Good luck, Tony 



Jeffrey W. Tavenner 

81 Arcardia Avenue 

College 

"It was the best of times; 

it was the worst of times." 

Wrestling 2, 3; Football 1. 



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Jonathan Taylor 

91 Edgewater Drive 






Patricia Taylor 

23 Birch Road 
College 
Tricia will never forget the good 
times at W.H.S. and the long, 
long talks with Janet. Her friendly 
personality will get her far in 
life. 
Slat e Auction 3: Senior Rti ue. 



Scott Taylor 

45 Montview Avenue- 
College 
"Although they may pierce you, 
Fight, resist, stand by. 
You yourself may perish. 
But keep the banner high. 
Others may win victory 
When you're laid to rest. 
And shall gain that glory 
To which you aspired ." 

German Club 



Nancy Jean Taylor 

100 Longfellow Road 
College 
Making friends involves many 
things, but, above all, the power 
of going out of one's self and 
appreciating what is noble and 
loving in another. 
Audio Visual 2, 3, 4: Band 2. 3. 
4; Drama Club 2. 3; Forum 2: 
GAP 2; Lighting, Creu 2. 3: Sa- 
tional Thespian Society 3: Senior 
Reiue 4: Student Council 2. j 
Waltham Summer Theatre 3: 
Yearbook Literary Editor. 4. 




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Martha J. Teeven 

53 Trimount Avenue 
Distributive Ed. 

Martha can be seen riding around 
in junk-box cars, working in the 
School Store, and with her boy- 
friend, John. 

School Store. 



Michael Theriault 

263 River Street 
Vocational 

I plan to move to Maine and 
work in my own shop. I hope to 
open a snowmobile shop in the 
future. 




Gabrielle Thibodeau 

15 James Street 
College 
Senior Revue; Yearbook Staff 
French Club 3, 4; Softball 2. 





Anne Thidemann 

10 Charles Street 
College 
H-Club 2, 3, 4. 




Francis Thomas 
84 Pine Hill Circle 



Marie Thompson 

30 Dexter Street 
Business 
For Marie, "love" is being with 
Jimmy. Her future plans include 
working in the field of data proc- 
essing and Jimmy! 
Chorus 3, 4; Girls' Glee Club 
4; Senior Revue. 




Gail A. Thorne 

131 Marlborough Road 
Business 

This cute Senior can always 
brighten you day with her warm, 
friendly personality. Gail can be 
seen at Brigham's and is known 
for her driving ability. Plans to 
pursue a career in Dental As- 
sistance. 
Senior Revue. 





Daniel Tierney 

15 Lyman Street 



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Deborah Ann Totagrande 

25 Circuit Lane 

College 

'This one will be called woman 

(because from man this one was 

aken." 

Genesis 2:23 
ebbie's plans are to work all 
summer and to be married 
Oscar in December. 
House Office 2; Library 2 



Nurse's Office 2; Main Office 4. 



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John Trifiletti 

14 Charles Street 
Vocational 



Robert S. Tupper 

14 Manning Road 
College 

"I am he as you are he as you 
are me and we are all togetther." 
John Lennon-Paul McCartney 
Drama Club 2, 3, 4; German 
Club 2; Tennis Team 2, 3, 4. 




Chris Vafiadis 

256 Worchester Lane 



Richard Tucker 

1 7 Banks Street 
College 
Friendship is something Richard 
specializes in. He can usually be 
seen with Pete and Leo or danc- 
ing to "Lowdown". Good luck 
and remember Ezzie! 
Intramural Basketball 2, 3: Bas- 
ketball Team 2, 3; Senior Revue 
4. 





Peggy Valenzano 

]'"■> Collc.ue Farm Road 
College 
". . . And know that yesterday 
is but today's memory and to- 
morrow is today's dream. And let 
today embrance the past with re- 
membrance and the future with 
longing." 

Kahlil Gibran 
Homeroom Yearbook Representa- 
tive 3. 4; General Action Pro- 
gram 2, 3. 4, Vfi Neylon's Of- 
fice 4. 



Janet Towne 

65 Worcester Lane 

College 

"Our dried voices when 

we whisper together 

are quiet and meaningless 

as wind in dry grass 

or rat's feet over broken glass 

in our dry cellar." 

T. S. Eliot 

Ski Team 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 2. 3. 
4; Cheerleader 4: Latin Club 2. 
3; French Club 4; Yearbook 
Committee. 




Robert A. Tuttle 

39 Midland Drive 
College 
Bobby can be found "making the 
scoop" on a Saturday night or 
bombing down a mountain on his 
superskis. He'll always remem- 
ber his delightful homeroom with 
Miss Snow! Good luck, Bobby. 




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Mary Katherine Vanaria 

46 Cedar Street 
College 
And then He said "Let those 
who have opened doors for you 
now close them, and I said 
"Why?" And He said "For the 
time has come for you to open 
them yourself." 

Chorus 2, 3, 4; Chorale 3; Con- 
cert Choir 4; Girls' Chorus 2, 3; 
Italian Club 2, 3, 4; Senior 
Revue. 



Robert Vanaria 

210 Main Street 




Ron S. Vanaria 

141 Myrtle Street 
Vocational 
Ron hopes to make enough cash 
with the band "South Side" to 
finish building his Chevelle and 
pursue a professional career as a 
musician. 

Vice President 3; Prom Commit- 
tee 1, 4; Secretary 4; Yearbook 
Staff 4. 





David Vasquezi 

108 Felton Street 




Darcy Vary 

481 Forest Street 
College 

Darcy will always be remember 
for walking up "the Hill" ai 
falling down It! We'll never fc 
get her for all the great laughii 
she did with the gang. t- 
Andie!" 



Lillian Vasselin 

150 School Street 

Distributive Ed. 
When Lillian was in school, 
which wasn't very often, she 
could be found talking in the 
halls with friends Anna, Sue, and 
Trisha. 
DECA 4. 




Paul Vecchione 

20 Bruce Road 





Carolyn Veno 

30 Hiawatha Avenue 
Business 
It was so easy then. . . 

never making any plar 
never taking and stand 
C.S./J.B. 
Talent Show 2; Latin Club 2. 



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Gary W. Vincent 

84 Parmenter Road 
College 
Gary can be seen with "Chev" 
and "Trif" at a Celtics game or 
particpating in some sport; golf, 
basketball, baseball, street hockey, 
or bowling. He will be attending 
Northeastern in the fall. 

Chorus 4; Concert Choir 4; Sen- 
ior Revue; Intramural Basketball 
2, 3, 4. 





Margarita Voulgaropoulos 

26 Tudor Street 
College 
"However mean your life is, meet 
it and live it; do not shun it and 
call it hard names. It is not so 
bad as you are. It looks poor- 
est when you are richest. Love 
your life, poor as it is. You may 
perhaps have some pleasant, thrill- 
ing, glorious hours, even in a 
poorhouse." 

Henry David Thoreau 

Band 2, 3. 4; J.V. Girls' Hockey 
Team 4; Reagle Players 4; Senior 
Revue. 




Kathryn L. Walsh 
College 
"I like trees because they seem 
more resigned to be the way they 
have to live than other things 
do." 

Softball 2. 3; French Club 2. 4; 
Latin Club 2: Senu,r Revtu 
Homeroom Yearbook ReprtSt 
five 2. 3. 4; Yearbook ( ommit- 
tee 4: Drama Club 2. 




Richard J. Vincuilla 

College 
"Nice guys finish last." 
Spring Track 2, 3. 4. 



Robert James Waddick 

282 Forest Street 
College 
Bob came to Waltham High as 
a Junior. He plans to attend col- 
lege this fall and pursue a career 
in journalism. 

Intramural Sports 3. 4; Student 
Council Ward Representative 4; 
Senior Revue 4. 





Ronald Walker 

26^ Worchester Lane 



Mic hael Ward 

56 Summit Strut 
Vocational 
At last it's ever 
Homeroom K 




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William T. Wanberg 

215 Dale Street 
College 
To know Billy is to like him. 
Most of us will remember him 
for his outstanding appetite. His 
favorite times were spent skiing 
or with Mary. Future plans include 
going to Northeastern and join- 
ing the State Police, Good Luck! 
Cross Country 2, 3; Indoor Track 
2, 3; Outdoor Track 2, 3; Stu- 
dent Council 2; Homeroom Rep- 
resentative 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Rep- 
resentative 2, 3; Audio Visual 
Aid 2, 3,4; Ski Club 4. 



Cheryl Warren 

95 Hardy Pond Road 
College 

It's been fun but I'm glad 
over . . . Good luck. 



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Kenneth S. Warren 
30 Dorchester Street 
Waltham Rifle Team, 2, 3, 4. 






Douglas Watson 

23 Waverley Street 



Donna M. Weeks 

114 Pine Hill Circle 
Business . 
Well Alright! 



Jeff Wellman 

1490 Trapelo Road 
College 

"A little nonsense now and then, 
is relish'd by the best of men." 

Panda 




Al Wenckus 

14 Rose Hill Way 

Business 





John Wenckus 

261 Dale Street 
College 
John can be seen on Satu 
nights with his friends R 
Bird, Jack, Big Huge, and e^ 
body else. His famous expres 
— Habaless-Keese. 

Boivling 4- 



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Wayne Wentworth 

101 Bowdoin Avenue 
Business 
Wayne can often be found skiing 
at Gunstock and sometimes at 
Prospect Hill. After he graduates, 
he plans to work for the city. 
From there he plans to work for 
himself. 





Steven E. Whalen 
53 Pine Hill Circle 




Thomas U. Wheaton 

66 Richgrain Avenue 



Dorothy White 

112 Bright Street 
College 
". . . and I think I saw a brand 
new light coming over the hori- 
zon, brighter than all others . . ." 
Carole King 
Pep Squad 2; Nurse's Office 2. 3: 
Social Studies Office 2, 3. 4; Sen- 
ior Revue. 




Terry Whittington 

1105 Lexington Street 
College 
Chorus 2; Tennis Team 2. 





Donald M. W iggin 

"5 Greenwood Lane 
College 
"Don't do it today if vou can do 

it tomorrow." 

Ski Cluh 




Julianne Wilbur 

65 Circle Drive 



Rohm Wilkin] 

88 Thornton Road 
' lege 
She can be very stubborn at 
times, but that s what makes her 
fun to be with She can get al- 
most anything she wants. I know. 
she's got me' 

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Deborah A. Willems 

98 Stow Street 
Business 
I would like to thank all the lit- 
tel people in my life, besides 
teachers and other people in 
school: 

Joey, for being like a brother, 
Doreen, alias voice. What can 
I say? 

Anna Banna, for waking me up 
on those rainy, stormy Mon- 
days, 

Edgar, Julie, Mack, Betty, 
Special Thanks to Rodger, 
and, of course, Jasima, my 
pet frog. 

Student-to-Student Drug, Program. 



Marianne F. Williams 

250 Bacon Street 
Business 
'After all — It is not what is 
around us, but what is in us. Not 
what we have, but what we are 
that makes us really happy . . . 
I am not afraid of tomorrow for 
I have yesterday and I love to- 
day." 

Senior Revue. 




Alicemarie Wilson 

78 Lincoln Street 

College 

If existence had not been better 

than non-existence, there would 

have been no being. 

Kahlil Gibrian 
Forum Club 4; Crimson Crier 
Editor 4; Ski Club 4; Lab As- 
sistance 4; Harvard Model U.N. 
4; Honor Society 3, 4; Explorer 
Medical Program 3; German 
Club 2; Senior Revue; Tennis 
Intramurals 3; Yearbook. 




Helen Withrow 

52 Rear Exchange Street 

"You grow up the day you have 

the first real laugh at yourself." 





David A. Wilson 

22 Sanderson Road 
College 
"What good is a brain if 
don't have the intelligence 
use it." 

Debate Club 2. 3; Forum 2, 3, 
President 4; H. M.U.N. 4; Germ 
Club 2, 3, 4; L.R.Y. 2; N.H.S 
3; Inherit the Wind. 



Dodie Wilson 

12 Tudor Street 
Business 
"Go placidly amid the noise and 
haste and remember what peace 
there may be in silence As far 
as possible without surrender be 
on good terms "with all persons. 
Be careful. Strive to be happy." 
— Desiderata 
Mr. Morang's Office 2. 3. 4. 





Larry Wirth 

49 Fairmont Avenue 

College 
After finishing college, Lan 
plans to enter the field of Jou 
nalism. He would like to becorr 
a film critic. 



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Carol A. Wright 

4 Wampum Avenue 
Business 
Carol's big smile and warm per- 
sonality will long be remembered 
at W.H.S. We hope she'll decide 
what she wants to do after grad- 
uation beside dancing and seeing 
John. "See ya later, alligator. 
Leggs, Leggs!" 

Talent Show 2, 3, 4; Anything 
Goes 2; Senior Revue 4; The 
Miracle Worker 2; Chorus 3, 4; 
Concert Choir 4; Homeroom 
Representative 3; Secretary 3; 
Junior Prom Committee 3; Year- 
book Staff. 





Jane Wright 

258 Robbins Street 




Virginia M. Wright 

156 Doty Street 
College 

Take the world as it is, not as it 
ought to be. 

Tennis Team 2; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; 
Field Hockey 4; Senior Revue; 
Yearbook Staff; Latin Club 2, 3; 
Reagle Players 2, 3, 4: Honor 
Society 3, 4. 



Cheryl A. Wrynn 

37 Shore Road 
College 

If they were right, I'd agree, but 
it's them they know, not me. Now 
there's a way, and I know that 
have to go away, I know I have 
to go. 

Cat Stevens 






Colin W. Young Jr. 

20 Lowell Street 
College 
Colin hopes to be successful in 
the future as a high school 
teacher. He's not out to conquet 
the world, but just wants to do 
his part to help. 

Intramural Flag Football 4: Jun- 
ior Ai bu i 1 "wit 2. F T f 7 • 
urcri 3i" Tut'iTH 
Ri ; ue. 



Janella M. Young 

1 5 Cabot Street 
College 
Always have the confidence to 
speak your mind. And the cour- 
age tn stand behind your words. 
Talent Show 3: J r Prom Com- 
mittee; Sr. Prom Committee: Mt 
Morang's Office 2. 3. 4; W H S 
Representative <>l W'altham wom- 
en's Club 4; Drama 2. 



Ann Yung 

9 Bolton Street 
Busint ss 

In our hearts ue will always re- 
number each other. 
In our minds we will meet again. 
The school will be forgotten. 
But friends will never end. 




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Angela Zagami 

69 Adler Street 
Those who give have all things. 



John A. Zaia 

28 Smart Street 
College 
I am only truly happy when I 
make others happy; 
so the man said to me, 
"Go then, and share your song. 
Spread your music in the 
wind and you will never be 
alone." 

Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Band 3, 4; 
Chorale 3. 4; Senior Revue; Tal- 
ent Show 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 2. 
3; Dance Band 2, 3, 4. 




Sharon Zammuto 

83 Dobbins Street 

May the roads rise before you; 
May the wind always be behind 

your back 
May the rain fall softly on your 

fields. 
And until we meet again 
May God hold you in the palm 
of his hand. 





David J. Zilinskas 

41 Villa Street 




Edward Zwirbla 

8 Curtis Street 

If you want to get anywhere in 
this world you've got to work 
hard for it. 

Rifle Team 2, 3, 4; Weight- 
lifting. 



Mark Muise 




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Lawrence Coen 

43 Marlborough Rd. 









Linda Daley 
1 1 Orange St. 




William Gamble 
38 Park St. 






Beth Furman 

136 Bussell St. 



Paul E. Gallant 
129 Beal Rd. 





Steve Goguen 
38 Bigelow Rd. 




Marvin Griff 
5 Sunset Rd. 



Julie A. Griftin 
192 Warren St. 




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William Aucoin 

180 Robbins Street 
Business 

I don't know. 

Hockey Manager 2, 3, 4; 

mural Basketball 2, 3, 4. 



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John A. Beaton 

70 Capitol Street 
Vocational 

I plan to further my education at 
Northeastern University. 



Richard Boucher 

61 Brown Street 
Vocational 

Tom and I were buddies to the 
end. We had a great time. 



Frank Composto 

22 Reyem Street 
College 

These last three years were the 
best of my life, but that isn't say- 
ing much. 

Basketball 2; Intramural Basket- 
ball 2, 3, 4. 



Sue DeProfio 

12 Cedarcroft Lane 
Work-Study 

Sue can always be found in the 
girls' room, having a cigarette 
between classes with Jayne. Her 
favorite saying is "Jayne, I have 
sessions again." 



Cyril Doucet 

28 High Street 
Vocational 
Nicknamed "Cy." He is unde- 
cided about his future, although 
he is mainly interested in sports. 



Jody Geignon 

Business 
During Jody's three years at 
W.H.S., he could be seen cutting 
people off in the parking lot or 
righting with Rusty in homeroom. 
Good luck! 
Bowling 4. 



Patricia (Patti) Ann Geppert 

4411 Stearns Hill Road 
College 
How can we be sure of anything? 
The tide changes; the wind that 
made the grain wave gently yes- 
terday blows down the trees to- 
morrow. 

Student Council 2; Fantasy Play- 
house 2, 3; Grissom "C's" 3, 4; 
President 3. 



Paul Godfrey 

108 Bedford Street 
Vocational 

You can alaws find Paul in Mr. 
Damian's room, playing chess. 
He plans to go to college. 



Harold S. Jenkins 

18 Caldwell Road 
Vocational 
Harry plans a career in construc- 
tion, also plans to marry next 
summer. 

Rifle Club 3, 4. 



Eddie Lyons 

17 Center Street 
College 
The only thing Ed likes to do is 
have a good time and enjoy him- 
self, not matter what he does. 
Baseball; Tennis. 



Mike Mansen 

52 Rumford Avenue 
Vocational 
Confidence in an unfaithful man 
in a time of trouble is like a 
broken tooth, and a foot out of 
joint. 

Student Council 2, 3, 4; Prom 
Committee 2, 3 , 4; Yearbook 
Committee; Yearbook Layout and 
Design 4; Junior Class President 
3; Student Government Day Rep- 
resentative 4; School Committee 
Representative 4; Cap and Gown 
Committee 4; Co-op Program 4; 
Printing and Publishing Week 
Representative 4- 



Edith Leighton Noke 

9 Lakeview Avenue 

Business 

There must be a time to just 

think . . . feel .... dream . . . 

and be. 



John Poisson 

5 Noonan Street 
I plan to be a department man- 
ager for King's Department 
Store in the near future. I can 
always be seen in room 228. 



Diane Saulnier 

157 Lowell Street 
Business 
Nurse's Office 2, 3. 

David A. St. Pierre 

81 Arcadia Avenue 

I was born again when I quit do- 
ing nothing. 

Daniel Arsenau 

100 Charles Street 



Raymond Arseneai 
50 Old Lexington Ro< 

John Belliveau 

10 Warren Avenue 

Carol Bergin 

39 Sharon Street 

John Bonica 

16 Royal Street 

Anthony Borrell 

85 Silver Hill Lane 

Perry Boudreau 

69 Pine 

Michael J. Bower 

38 Washington Avenue 
Vocational 

Mark J. Budreau 

38 Lakeview Avenue 
Work-Study 

William Castellano 

26 Mt. Walley Road 

Stephen Cobb 

149 Marguerite Avenue 

Richard Cormier 

150 Hammond Street 

Ronald Cormier 

51 Amherst Street 

Leslie Crane 
1 Dartmouth Street 



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Michael Cutler 

455 Waverley Oaks Road 



Charles Hogan 

130 College Farm Road 



David Delosa 

46 Exchange Street 



Arthur Karelas 
9 Greer Street 



Robert Dizer 

906 Woody 



William Langton 

16 Harding Avenue 



Russell Fullerton 

4 Chesterbrook Road 



Mark Leahy 

223 Dale Street 



Marcella Furdon 

38 Floyd Street 



Paul LeBlanc 

94 Cushing Street 



Robert Gallant 

7 Elmore Street 



Raymond LeBlanc 

160 Willow Street 
Vocational 



Fred Garvin 

7 Joy Street 



Ronald Legere 

1 Parker's Lane 



Nancy Gelfusa 
14 Borrow's Point 



Joseph Livoli 

732 Lexington Street 



Darlene Ann Guerette 

33 Vernon Street 



David Lovett 

240 Ash Street 



Steven Thomas Hapenny 

38 Gordon Street 



Angela Mallozzi 
57 High Street 



Gale Manning 

\92V2 Adams Street 
Business 



Gordon Martin 

51 Columbus Avenue 



Paul Smith 
1 1 Beechwood Road 



John McCarthy 

23 Centre Street 



Peter Smith 
1 1 Beechwood Road 



James McGinty 
27 Copley Avenue 



Mark E. Smith 
Vocational 



Philip Mula 
678 Trapelo Road 



William Squires 
83 Columbus Avenue 



Ned T. Oneill 

160 Brown Street 
Vocational 



Mary Steele 
330 Lincoln Street 



Frederick Ralston 
43 Cherry Street 



Robert Stepainan 
2 I Mountain Road 



David Riccio 
32 Bennett Street 



Thomas James Sullivan 

91 Winchester Road. Arlington 
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Samuel Sarno 
682 Trapelo Road 



Guy Sylvester 

9 Sharon StI I 
Vocational 



Charles Saulnier 
18 Chester Lane 



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Peter Schultz 

34 Marlborough Road 



Michael Williams 
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Ernest Sicotte 
20 Waverley Oaks Road 



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The Library-Media Center offers many services to students and faculty. The 
large print and non-print collection provides for reference and research in every 
aspect of curriculum oriented work. Periodicals in various areas of interest, and 
newspapers are available for browsing and research. Carrels are used for indepen- 
dent quiet study and viewing of microfilm, filmstrips, film loops and slides and 
listening to cassettes and records. The Media Center is a spacious, attractive area 
which serves as a vital instructional aid for each discipline of the high school 
environment. 





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Increased reading efficiency should enable the students to handle more competent- 
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Marcel Karian 



Larry Yarkin 



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Beniamino Pizzi 





Eleanor Pacitti 





Mario Magno 




Helene Andreassian 



Barbara Llegeois 



Patricia Malenfant 






Hugo Santamaria 



Madeline Quinn 



Donald Thibault 



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Charles Rezutti 




Geraldine Palmer 




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Dr. Alan Ames 
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Stephen Grant 





Patricia Gladysz 




Richard McKnight 




Raymond Yetten 



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Paul Thorp 



Julia Kerr 



Jerry Nelson 




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Roberta Kanarek 



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Marvin Owens 



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Mary Kellerman 



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Girls' Physical Education at Waltham High places 
its emphasis on life-time sports. The girls need to be 
equipped early and well with enjoyable leisure time 
sports skills. Individual sports such as golf, tennis, 
fencing, dance, badminton, gymnastics, and slim- 
nasties are a regular part of the program. The pro- 
gram also includes team sports for those who wish to 
further develop excellence in this area. Boys' Physical 
Education is centered around such sports as basketball, 
tag football, tennis, weight training, and gymnastics. 





Claire Nolan 



Clifford Poirier 






Helen Castros 



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Nina Skavenski 



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The aim of the Home Economics Department is to 
increase awareness in students, of the importance of 
Home Economics education in providing enrichment 
in their lives, and in giving them an insight into 
career opportunities in business related to personnel 
services. Courses have been set up in the two general 
areas, foods and clothing. Within each area a wide 
variety of related subjects is included. Two pre- 
vocational courses are offered for boys, Chefs 1 and 2, 
to introduce them to possible careers in food service 
and necessary related skills. 



Mary Johnson 
Head of Department 



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Margaret Irwin 



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Margaret Hogarty 



Stephen O'Leary 



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Jeannette Fitzgerald 






Thomas Keon 



Peter Baldassari 



Helen Campbell 






Bernard Collins 



Anthony Puntadosi 



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Mr. Francis Curran 

Director 




Mrs. Constance Andrews 

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Mr. George Fahey 
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Miss Sarah Giacalone 




Miss Cornelia Sylv< 



Mr. John Clifford 



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The profession of school nursing is a dynamic discipline which 
embraces a variety of functions. The school nurse is the only member 
of the faculty qualified to: Motivate and guide the persons responsible 
for pupils' health, to appropriate resources, and serve as a health con- 
sultant in the health instruction curriculum. Primarily, the professional 
school nurse aids each student in the realization of his potential through 
the improvement of his health status. 



Mr. James Tedesco 
Director of Health 




Mrs. Marion Fitzpatrick R.N. 




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matters, but is involved in the physical world which he 
also inhabits. A practical pursuit of this world involves the 
knowledge of various skills related to American industry. 
Five related programs are offered at Waltham High School: 
Power Mechanics, Woodworking, Metals, Electronics, and 
Technical Drawing. 





Mr. Roy Telenian 



Mr. Edward Dollard 






Mr. John Poldoian 



Mr. Albert Healy 



Mr. William Nolan 




Mr. John Holihan 





Mr. Henry Larosee 



Mr. Joe Matta 



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Mr. William Ray 

Guidance Counselor 

Come the time for course changes, for 
the formation of committees, for help 
in solving problems in and out of 
school, Mr. Ray can be counted on for 
concerned effort. 





Mr. Alberghini 
Adjustment Counselor 

Outside problems are common with stu- 
dents and tend to work their way into 
school work and behavior. Mr. Alber- 
ghini does a fine job in resolving these 
conflicts. 




Mrs. Doris Putnam 
Nurse 

From headaches to serious injuries, Mrs. Put- 
nam's knowledge and warm hospitality has 
a way of curing just about everything. 




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Mr. John Gallagher 

Maintenance 

This friendly face, seen throughout 
the day, belongs to the man whose 
tasks are too numerous to mention. 



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Mr. Damian will be long remembered for his humor- 
ous anedotes and for his wide-ranging knowledge and 
interests. 




Mr. Anthony Damian 
English and History 




The man who opened up the world of books 
to all of us. Our sincere thanks: Class of 73. 




Mr. Charles Hertigao 



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History and English 



Mr. Gannon not only taught us History and 
English in our junior year, but the value of 
wholesome student/teacher relationships. To 
a teacher who is most respected. From the 
Class of 73. 





Under Mr. McCusker's tutelage the transi- 
tion from junior high to high school was 
made less painful than it might have been. 




Mr. Joseph McCusker 
English 



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Mr. Carl Lando 
Coordinator of Cooperative Education Program 






Student Viewpoint 
With each new year the Vocational School tries to add something new 
to better its programs and to help its students prepare for the world of 
work upon graduation. This year a newly-introduced cooperative-ed 
program enabled us as seniors to gain valuable on-the-job training in 
our specialties. This has been more than a mere work experience; it 
has been valuable in helping us to adjust to the realities of the real 
world of work. Becoming aware of adult employee-employer relation- 
ships alone is worth the experience. The class of 1973 is certain of its 
educational value and hopes that it is carried on. It has been a tangible 
and profitable experience for all of us. 

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Mr. Scimemi's professionalism 
is reflected in the high caliber 
craftsmanship of his students. 
They learned that auto body 
work is as much an art as a 



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Seniors: Edgar Boudreau, John Bov/les, Bernard Chaisson, 
Paul David, Michel LeBlanc, Lawrence Pinkham, Scott Raines, 
Michael Ryan. Juniors: Kevin Burns, Nicholas Caramanis, 
Michael Chiasson, Paul Crowley, Robert Imhoff, John Long, 
Gerald Martin, Roger McDonald, Mark McLellan, David 
Milligan, Mark Prescott, Michael Steele, John Sullivan. Soph- 
omores: Brian Aucoin, Augustine Centola, Gerald DePres, 
Rosaire Doiron, Peter Ingersoll, Michael Kelly, Raymond 
Lyttle, Joseph Manory, James McHugh, Patrick O'Reilly, 
Donald Rancourt, John Robichaud, Kurt Schopen. Post Grad: 
Kenneth Ralston. 



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To Mr. Cooke the biggest of 
dents are mere nicks. Under his 
instructions his students can 
defy all but the experts to tell 
where the damage was. 



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Mr. Kalishman is well known 
and respected for his know- 
ledge of automobiles, and for 
the lively manner in which he 
teaches auto-related subjects. 




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Seniors: Anthony Fagone, Robert Gallant, Paul Goguen, 
Robert Gould, Arthur Kennedy, John Masciovecchio, James 
Ricci, Edward Schroeder, Michael Theriault. Juniors: Edgar 
Bourke, Glenn Burdett, Richard Carr, Mark Conrad, Steven 
Faucher, Francis Giannetti, Bruce Hickey, Kenneth Hire, Dale 
Johnson, Anthony Nigro, Richard O'leary, Brian Plamondon, 
Steven Quinn, Christopher Reed, Ralph Surette. Sophomores: 
Francesco Alonge, Thomas Babcock, William Beauregard. 
Richard Blake, Lenard Civetti, Gabriel Colon, William Dahl- 
beck, John DeVeau Jr., Paul Doucette, Edward Gonzalez, 
Steven Grubbs, Robert Hayes, Daniel Hutchinson. Richard 
Kay, Peter Landry, Leonard LeBlanc, Richard Manning, Joseph 
Messina Jr., Bruce Milligan, David Norton, Joseph Russo, 
Jose Santiago, Robert Smith, Raymond Vigue, Michael Volpe. 
Post Grad: Richard Owens. 



When something goes wrong 
Mr. Morrell and Mr. Kapa- 
magian arc the men to see 
about making it right and how 
to do it yourself. 




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perfection the students learn 
that even the best can be better. 



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The art and craftsmanship of 
carpentry and cabinet making 
are passed on to students by 
Mr. Bengamin, who insists that 
even the most minute task 
should be done with precision. 




Seniors: Dennis Cusano, Stephen Dennison, Harold Jenkins, 
George LeBlanc, Raymond LeBlanc, Brian Leslie, Michael 
Mazzone, Steven Mozie, Gary Paquette, Thomas Sullivan, 
William Swyers. Juniors: William Aucoin, Daniel Bowse, 
Thomas Cedrone, Robert Clancy, Timothy Clasby, Louis 
Cormier, Keith Duca, Alan Gullotti, Peter Kennedy, Richard 
Manory, Robert McCullough, Paul Quinn, Kenneth Sullivan, 
Joseph Swanson, Mark Venuti. Sophomores: Michael Allia, 
Thomas Antonellis, Gerald Boudreau, Enio Carretta, Brian 
Costello, Hugh Gildea, Richard Leeber, Anthony Mazzone, 
Kenneth Seeholzer, Mark Stremeckus, Jeffrey Tibbetts, Vincent 
Walsh, William Walsh, John Zammuto. 




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In teaching both class and 
shop-related techniques, Mr. 
Thibodcau attempts to make 
draftsman out of doodlers. 




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Senior*: Richard D'Antonio, Paul Godr'ry. Glen 
Graves, George Gyorke, Edward Mickel, Richard 
Sullivan. Juniors: William Aucoin, John Bycrs. Mark 
Garrigan, David Jee, |ohn Mulholland. 5 
David Buccella, Stephen Dooley. Wayne Merritt. 



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In his first year at Voke, Mr. 
Sniger insists that there can be 
no short circuits in his Elec- 
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Seniors: John Beaton, Richard Chiasson, John Demeo, Peter 
Dennison, Gary Hamilton, Edward Mantey Jr., Leo O'Neill, 
Leslie Patterson. Juniors: William Abbott, Brian Bardsley, 
Raymond Bilodeau, Charles Blackburn, David Callan, Ronald 
Caissie, Francis Carney, Douglas Farnsworth, Wayne Gillis, 
Roland McDonald, Thomas McLaughlin, Joseph McKinnon, 
Bernard Murphy, Paul Notartomaso, Mark O'Neil, Robert 
Sevigny, Robert White. Sophomores: Gary Bourgeois, John 
Callahan, Robert Cormier, Russell Davis, Paul Delaney, Hub- 
ner Desrosiers, John Gulla Jr., Ted Harvey, Brian Marple, 
Karen Murphy, Beverly Herold, Barbara Jarvie, Laura Cormier, 
Ginnette Robichaud. 






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Ask anyone from electronics 
and they'll tell you that Mr. 
O'Leary is tops in all that elec- 
tronic jazz. 



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On account of increased enroll- 
ment in metal fabrication, Mr. 
Lehane now teaches related 
subjects only, His enthusiasm 
for his subject, and his con- 
cern for the progress of his 
students, continues as always. 





A new teacher to the Voke 
this year, Mr. Doucet already 
has earned the respect of both 
students and faculty. 



Seniors: Robert Bower, Romeo Doiron, Robert Maker, David 
Peterson, Oscar Robichaud, Michael Ward. Juniors: Sahatore 
Cimino, John Girolamo, Kevin Hardin, Peter Linstrom, 
Daniel Sweeney. Sophomores: Donnell Babineau, Edgar 
Babineau, Frank Carpenter, William Chicco, Wayne Cusano. 
Richard Davis, James Derby, John Devoe, Ola Geneau, Clif- 
ford Hamann, Paul Girolamo, Thomas Kennedy, David King. 
David Landry, Vincent Lison, Albert Mason, William Mason 
Jr., Wayne MacLean, Donald Morrison, George Pearce, Fred- 
erick Strunack, Warren Vail, William Vynorius. Michael 
Zagami. 




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Knowledgeable in the technol- 
ogy of graphic arts, Mr. Good- 
win conveys to his students the 
skills and techniques he himself 
has learned through years of 
on-the-job experience. 





Seniors: Richard Aucoin, Richard Chisholm, Robert Chiacchio, 
Michael Hansen, Joseph Monaco, William Mullins, Guy Syl- 
vester, Ronald Vanaria. Juniors: Joseph Cincotta, Gerald 
Eyssallenne, Kenneth Hietsch, Lewis Keane, John Long, 
Robert Mullins, Dennis Page, Gerald Profetto, Patrick Surette, 
Ronald Vautour. Sophomores: William Andy, David Aucoin, 
Brian Caramanica, Christine Coutard, Hugh Folsom, Richard 
Lang, Patricia LaLievre, Helenann Lutz, Paul Schroeder, Donna 
Toland, James Templin. 




Shop teachers, Messrs. DeMaio 
and Faria make clear to their 
students the distinction between 
Graphic Arts and mere printing. 




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Mr. Procop's stress on funda- 
mentals in machine related im- 
presses on his students that 
tolerances of +.001 arc ex- 
pected of them in class and in 
industry. 




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Seniors: Richard Boucher. Michael Bower, Raymond LeBlanc. 
Kieth Munroe, Robert Ricci. Mark Smith. Juniors: Jose 
Bonilla, Brian Boothman. David Close. William Graves. Mark 
Imbimbo, Francis LeBlanc, Richard Pratt. Raymond Rohichaud, 
John Stratton, Michael Stewart. Sophomores: Kevin Bell, Gary 
Carter, Ralph Caira, Thomas Clough, Kenneth Doucette. John 
Gorgone, Kevin Hanson. Rodney Jenkins. Steven Kvtc. Barry 
Landry, Michael Lindeman. Ronald Sawyer. Gary Smith, 
Timothy Smith. 



Knowing how tough it is in 
industry, Mr. McClusky teaches 
his students to look a challenge 
in the eye and lick it. 




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STUDENT OFFICERS 

President Richard Chiassor 

Vice President James Rice 

Treasurer Joe Monacc 

Secretary Ronald Vanaria 



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"Peter's Gospel," presented by the Waltham High School Concert Choir and Chorale 
during the 1972-73 school year was a unique and exciting combination of music from 
"Purlie," "Godspell," "Jesus Christ Superstar," and Leonard Bernstein's "Mass." 

The program was unique because the casual listener found a wealth of enjoyable music 
while the thoughtful listener was rewarded with subtle questions to ponder. 

"Peter's Gospel" comments- on the crisis of modern day religion, a complex and often 
overworked problem. However, through the wise selection of music combined with slides 
and dramatic action "Peter's Gospel" makes its points and makes them well. 

The program directed by Peter J. Kennedy and assisted by Edward D. May used a 
multimedia approach utilizing slides and dramatic action plus costumes, scenery, and 
closed circuit television. 




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With a spring tour to Florida in mind, over 70 
talented and enthusiastic members of the WHS Con- 
cert Choir combined their efforts to make this enjoy- 
able experience possible. This activity along with 
numerous concerts performed for various organiza- 
tions within and surrounding the community, high- 
lighted the school year. 

aThe Concert Choir members are selected by audi- 

f^rornl f rom the general chorus of over 200 students. 

who enjoy expressing themselves through music. The 

officers of the group aid in reviewing the applicants 

jpk membership in the Concert Choir. Audi- 

ns ar£_ji£jd three times during the year. This system 
of auditions enables everyone who seek membership 
more opportunity. 

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The Serpent by Jean Claude Van Italle was presented by tl 
Waltham High Drama Dept., directed by Ms. Karen D 
Mauro. The Serpent was entered in the Regional Drama Fe 
tival, took first place and then went on to win the Semi Fina 
at Northeastern. 

Unfortunately, at the Massachusetts Finals The Serpei 
placed fourth, but the actors left with a standing ovatioi 
Waltham High is also proud of the fact that for the first tirr 
all members of the cast were chosen twice for the all star cas 
Cast members included: Robert Tupper, Tom Saulnier, Ellio 
Rosen, JoAnne Forkin, LeeAnn Rooney, Beth Crane, Sal 
Fitzgerald, Jennifer Chase, Doug Freeman, Steve Marsoc 
Melinda Miller, Eileen Moses, George Leger, Bonnie Chee 
man, Larry Kelly, Henry Fitzgerald, Lisa Nattinlino. 



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Singing, dancing, clowning, this year's first place talent show winners were 
emcees Steve Gaudet, Jody Mangini, and Dave Rosi, and the Godspell 
performers. Numerous other prizes went to the many participants who 
demonstrated to all the multi-faceted performing talents of Waltham High 
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The 1973 High School Stage Band had an extraordinary year. This select ensemble 
was chosen to be the representative group at the Mass. Music Educator's Conference 
in Springfield, Mass. 

On March 17, 1973 the group participated in the National Association of Jazz Edu- 
cators High School Jazz Ensemble Festival held at Berklee College of Music in Boston. 
Competing against groups from all the New England States plus New York, New Jersey 
and Ohio, they were selected as first prize trophy winners. 

Three of the individual members were singled out and presented musicianship awards 
and scholarships. They were Dana Sickles, drummer, Steven Chilian, flutist, and Amy 
Lester, trumpeter. The gentleman responsible for guiding this fine group to success was 
conductor, Mr. Thomas Ferrante. 



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Debbie Rano, Joyce Mangan, Robbin Richardson, Suzanne Roller, Debbie Noonan, Joan Hassett, 
Elaine Mahoney, Peggy Doherty, Beth Duddy, Julie Brennan, Arlene Corea, Janice Princiotta, Susan 
Belliveau, Anne Gisborne, Cindy Racowski, Mary Sullivan, Beth Furman. 




Kneeling: Jean Stoney. Standing: Nancy Place, Nancy Crossman, Cindy Palmiotto, Linda Pinzone. 



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1972, Ringling and Rodgers the Greatest 
Show on Earth burst into life on the Verner 
F. Robinson Auditorium Stage. Sometimes 
referred to in more prosiac terminology as 
"Senior Revue", this year's production was 
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hammered and goofed their way through 
weeks of rehearsal and toil. 

But on those two November evenings, 
performers and audience could realize that 
the Class of 1973 would never walk alone. 




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On May 25, the Class of 1973 held its Senior Prom 
at the Chateau de Ville in Framingham. Honored 
guests included members of the School Committee, 
and Mr. and Mrs. George E. P. Hussan. 

Dinner and dancing was followed by the coronation 
of the prom Queen, Kathy Grumley. All in attend- 
ance echoed the prom theme — "Never Can Say Good- 
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On Friday, June 1, 1973, class president Roger Brooks welcomed over eight hundred 
seniors to the annual Class Day festivities. Following musical selections by the Waltham 
High School Concert Choir, The High School Band, and the award winning Stage Band, 
the Class Day King and Queen, Paul DePass, and Joan Short, and their attendants, 
Carmen Lassalle! and Donna Ricketts, were crowned and seated. 

Several comic skits concerning "realities" of school life, presented by class members 
under the direction of Mrs. Karen DeMauro, had the audience in high spirits and laughter. 
The emotional climax of the afternoon came with the presentation of a handsome lounge 
chair to retiring housemaster Almon Morang. Mr. Morang was further honored by the 
dedication of the 1973 Mirror. The seniors chose as their honorary classmate Mrs. Marion 
Campbell. 

Following the activities, a reception was held for seniors, parents, and guests. 





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Senior Class gift to retiring housemaster Almon Morang 



Honorary Senior 
Mrs. Marion Campbell 



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Best Looking 



... Joan Short 
Paul DePass 



Best Dressed 



Donna Ricketts 
Paul Osganian 



Best Dancer 



Sally Fitzgerald 
Leo Arsenault 



Most Likely to Succeed 



Sook Yeu 

Stephen Cellucci 



Best Actor 



Mary Rose Richard 
Steve Gaudet 



Class Genius 



Marjorie Pearlman 
Martin Edmunds 



Personality Plus 



Mary O'Connell 
Joe Lazaro 



Class Wit 



Jody Mangini 
David Rosi 



Class Artist 



Terry Miller 
Jack Bordenca 



Class Musician 



Jane McNamara 
Dana Sickles 



Most Respected 



Laurel Doucette 
John Leard 



Did Most For Class 



Sharon Brooks 
Joe Malone 



Most Athletic 



Debbie Hill 
Bill Clark 



Best All Around 



Carmen Lassalle 
Steve Gaudet 



Vocational 



Best Looking 



Paul Godfrey 



Best Dressed Mike Hansen 



Most Likely to Succeed Oscar Robichaud 



Personality Plus Richard Sullivan 



Class Clown Joe Monaco 



Most Talented 



Ron Vanaria 



Class Wit 



Richard Dantonio 



Class Artist 



Bill Mullins 



Class Musician 



Mike Hansen 



Most Respected 



Bill Swvers 



Did Most For Class 



Richard Chaisson 



Best All Around 



Jimmy Ricci 



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Mr. George E. P. Husson 

Principal, Waltham High School 



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Over eight hundred seniors graduated at 5:30 P.M 
on June 4, 1973. This year's class heard Gregor 
H. Adamian, President of Bentley College, chal 
lenge them to a future of accomplishment. Afte 
twelve years of effort and struggle, the Class o: 
1973 finally became history, but for each indi 
vidual a new history in his life was now to begin 




Dr. Gregory H. Adamian 

President, Bentley College, Waltham 




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Mr. Ernest Viscarello 

Director of Occupational Education 




Hon. Arthur J. Clark 

Mayor of Waltham 



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President, Class of 1973 



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and now 

say good-bye 
to settled patterns 

systems 
routines and rules 

that ran our lives in circles 

open your arms 

embrace the sun 
drink of the words 

unspoken 
taste the dreams 

unrealized 

reach forward 

remember 
grasp the unknown 

retain what was 

and now 

greet 
patterns 

systems 
routines and rules 

that will run our lives in circles 



Sally Corrigan 



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Abelli, Janice R., Framingham State College 
Allen, Elizabeth, Boston College 
Anastasi, Nancy M., Forsyth School for 

Dental Hygienists — Northeastern University 
Anderson, David C, ITT Technical School 
Andrews, Ellen E., Laboure Junior College 
Angelo, Pamela J., Aquinas Junior College 
Annecchiarico, David, Boston College 
Anthony, Victoria L., Boston College 
Antonellis, Deborah, Framingham State College 
Antonellis, Stephen, 

Lowell Technological Institute 
Apruzzese, Angela A., 

University of Massachusetts (Amherst) 
Apruzzese, Joseph P., 

New England School of Photography 
Archdeacon, Stephen, Northeastern Universtiy 
Arena, Anthony J., Suffolk University 
Arena, Jeanne J., 

Simmons School of Floral Design 
Arena, Stephen P., 

University of Massachusetts (Boston) 
Arnold, Francis M., Lesley College 
Arsenault, Carol A. 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 
Arsenault, Kenneth M., 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 
Arsenault, Roger J., Henry O. Peabody School 
Attardo, Francis, Brandeis University 
Attardo, Rose A., Northeastern University 

(Dental Assistant Program) 
Aucoin, Denise M., Henry O. Peabody School 
Aucoin, Edmond F., Grahm Junior College 
Aunchman, Debra D., 

Middlesex Community College 
Aversa, Angelo J., New England School of Art 
Baburins, Gunther W., Franklin Institute 
Baker, Stephen J., ITT Technical School 
Ballo, Edward A., University of Massachusetts 

(Boston) 
Barden, Steven J., New England School of Art 
Barrile, Anthony R., ITT Technical School 
Barry, Janet, Mass. Bay Community College 
Beaudoin, Linda, Bridgewater State College 
Begin, Anne M., Mass. Bay Community College 
Belinda, Loren M., Wentworth Institute 
Bell, James L., Northeastern University 
Benasky, Karen M., 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 
Benson, Stephen C, 

Culinary Institute of America 
Bent, Nelson C, University of Massachusetts 

(Amherst) 
Bergeson, Mark, Augustana College 
Bibikow, Walter, Tufts University 
Bigman, Jay, University of Vermont 
Biron, Roger J., Northeastern University 
Black, Christine M., 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 
Blumenreich, Tracey, 

University of Massachusetts (Amherst) 
Boisvert, Louise A., 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 
Bolduc, Patrice R., Aquinas Junior College 
Bordenca, John R., New England School of Art 
Borrell, Anthony, 

Florida Institute of Technology 
Boudreau, Regis J., Bentley College 
Boyd, Harold T., Northeastern University 
Brennan, Julie B., University of Massachusetts 

(Amherst) 
Brooks, Roger P., 

Massachusetts Maritime Academy 
Brooks, Sharon A., 

Southeastern Massachusetts University 
Brouillette, Donna C, Babson College 
Brunaccini, Carol A., 

University of Massachusetts (Amherst) 
Bryson, Deborah D., Bay State Junior College 
Bryson, Donald J., Newbury Junior College 
Burgoyne, Joseph, Bentley College 
Burke, Patricia M., Katharine Gibbs School 
Burns, James M., Berklee School of Music 
Butcher, Kathryn E., Bentley College 
Byrne, Gerald A., Plymouth State College 
Caban, John, Brandeis University 
Caira, Edward, ITT Technical School 
Caissie, Marielle M., 

Framingham Union Hospital 
Callahan, James, 

Stockbridge School of Agriculture 



Campbell, Bruce D., New England College 
Campbell, Richard A., ITT Technical School 
Camposano, Jean, Mt. Auburn Hospital 
Caramanica, Mark S., Northeastern University 
Carmichael, Brian, Franklin Institute 
Carney, John T., Northeastern University 
Carroll, Barbara A., Boston College 
Carroll, Catherine F., 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 
Caruso, Mark A., Northeastern University 
Cellucci, Stephen, 

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 
Centofanti, David B., 

Stockbridge School of Agriculture 
Chace, Kenneth M., Sylvania Technical School 
Chase, Jennifer A., Point Park College 
Cheevor, Steven C, Bentley College 
Chiarelli, Michael A., Bentley College 
Chilian, Steven A., University of Miami 
Cianci, Cheryl A., 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 
Ciavardone, Robert M., Bentley College 
Cincotta, Robert J., University of Massachusetts 

(Boston) 
Clarke, William B., Northeastern University 
Clough, Lawrence D., 

University of Massachusetts (Amherst) 
Cobb, Stephen R., Bentley College 
Coen, Lawrence R., 

Middlesex Community College 
Colantropo, Dale, 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 
Coleman, Susan L., 

Middlesex Community College 
Collura, Bernadette, 

Robert & Richard Beauty Academy 
Composto, Frank J., Boston State College 
Connaughton, Anne, Regis College 
Cooper, James R., University of Massachusetts 

(Amherst) 
Copson, Donald B., 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 
Corcoran, William J., Grahm Junior College 
Corey, Earl M., Merrimack College 
Cormier, Debra S., McGill University 
Corrigan, Sally E., Peter Bent Brigham Hospital 
Cosgrove, Kathleen A., Westfield State College 
Cotoni, John E., RETS Electronic Schools 
Crane, Elisabeth G., Wellesley College 
Creeden, Rosemary, Northeastern University 
Creonte, William M., Boston State College 
Cronin, John E., Boston State College 
Currie, Mark, 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 
Cutler, Janet F., 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 
Dahlin, Lynette R., 

Middlesex Community College 
Daley, Shawn, Boston State College 
Danforth, Thomas E., Lowell State College 
Dantonio, Richard 
Darcy, Brian, 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 
Darrah, William J., 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 
Day, Kim D., Bentley College 
Delacey, Kevin F., College of the Holy Cross 
Dellacamera, Debra E., 

The Bryman Medix School 
Delmore, John P., Lowell State College 
Demeo, Francis A., Bentley College 
Demeo, Lisa M., 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 
Denaro, David C, Boston University 
DePass, Paul J., Northeastern University 
Descheneaux, Susan, 

Middlesex Community College 
Diana, Osvaldo, Mass. Bay Community College 
DiBona, Cathleen, Northeastern University 
Dietrich, Nancy H., Mass. General Hospital 
DiMaggio, Kenneth G., Bentley College 
DiMatteo, Wayne J., Bentley College 
Dion, Elizabeth, Aquinas Junior College 
Dion, Sandra L., Middlesex Community College 
Doherty, Karen M., Flagler College 
Donahue, John F., Framingham State College 
Donovan, Paul J., University of Massachusetts 
Doucette, Andrea R., 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 
Doucette, Elizabeth, Penn. State University 
Doucette, Laurel A., Boston State College 



Doucet, Victor T., ITT Technical School 
Doyle, Diane, 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 
Dozier, Paul S., Bentley College 
Druwing, Janice, Univ. of Mass. (Amherst) 
Duddy, Elizabeth, 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 
Duffey, John C, Worcester State College 
Dugas, Mary P., Mass. Bay Community College 
Dunham, Elaine M., Simmons College 
Dunlap, Leanne M., 

Middlesex Community College 
Edmunds, Martin A., Harvard University 
Elliott, Richard H, 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 
Erickson, Peter W., Wentworth Institute 
Falconer, Joani L., Mt. Auburn Hospital 
Farrell, Michaelle, Framingham State College 
Fedele, Carol A., Boston College 
Felix, David R., Franklin Institute 
Fitzgerald, Patricia, Bay State Junior College 
Fitzgerald, Sally A., Brandeis University 
Fitzsimmons, Karen, Loyola of Montreal 
Flanders, Mary D., Lowell State College 
Fogg, David R., Suffolk University 
Forkin, Joanne E., 

University of Massachusetts (Amherst) 
Forsyth, Deborah J., 

Robert & Richard Beauty Academy 
Franks, Roberta R., Brandeis University 
French, Paula M., University of Rochester 
Frye, Margaret N., 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 
Gabrielli, Donna M., Regis College 
Gagnon, Patricia A., 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 
Gallagher, Nancy, Framingham State College 
Gallant, Paul E., Northeastern University 
Gamble, William T, Boston State College 
Garrity, Michael, Bentley College 
Gaudet, James, Framingham State College 
Gaudet, Steven A., Keene State College 
Gettings, Robert, 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 
Gibbs, Jeffrey, Bentley College 
Gilberto, Joseph, Wentworth Institute 
Giorgetti, Louis, Brandeis University 
Godfrey, Paul, Bentley College 
Goguen, Steven, Franklin Institute 
Goldstein, Earle, University of Miami 
Goldstein, Marjorie, 

University of Massachusetts (Amherst) 
Gomes, Janet, Lesley College 
Goodrich, Deborah, Framingham State College 
Greco, Janice, Burdett College 
Green, Deborah, Boston University 
Green, Edward, Northeastern University — 

Lincoln College 
Griffin, Julie, Framingham State College 
Griffin, Patricia, Regis College 
Griff, Marvin, Brandeis University 
Gross, Gerald, Framingham State College 
Grumney, Katherine, Katharine Gibbs School 
Haak, Lori, Trinity College, Illinois 
Hachey, Deborah, 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 
Hachey, Paula, Mass. Bay Community College 
Haffey, John, Bryant & Stratton School 
Hapenny, Steven, ITT Technical School 
Hardy, Bruce, Middlebury College 
Hargreaves, Brad, Nichols College 
Harris, Glen, Colby College 
Hartman, Janet, Katharine Gibbs School 
Hartman, Susan M., Beth Israel Hospital 
Harvey, Donna P., Bay State Junior College 
Hssett, Joan M., Merrimack College 
Hayes, David B., Mass. College of Pharmacy 
Healy, Patrick C, Henry O. Peabody School 
Higgins, Todd R., 

University of Massachusetts (Amherst) 
Hill, Deborah J., Springfield College 
Hill, Michael F., Bentley College 
Hinckley, Charles J., Bentley College 
Hines, Susan E., 

Florida Institute of Technology 
Holman, Alison F., Westfield State College 
Hopkins, Deborah A., University of Bridgeport 
Horan, David C, 

Lowell Technological Institute 
Howard, Christine M., 

University of New Hampshire 



Howard, George A., Westfield State College 
Huber, Bernadette I., Northeastern University 
Hurley, Marie, St. Elizabeth's Hospital 
Hutchinson, Daniel, Northeastern University 
Iannuzzo, Peter T., Framingham State College 
James, Linda M., Boston University 
James, Steven, Bentley College 
Jannett, Domeic A., 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 
Jeffers, Lillian A., 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 
Jimenez, Felix, ITT Technical School 
Johnson, David H., Northeastern University 
Johnston, Elizabeth, 

Framingham Union Hospital 
Johnston, James W., Northeastern University 
Jurjurin, Diane, 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 
Kachagian, John A., Fitchburg State College 
Kane, Margaret F., Framingham State College 
Kasabian, Kenneth K., Worcester Academy 
Kavaleski, Susan, St. Elizabeth's Hospital 
Keegan, Judith A., College of the Holy Cross 
Keniston, Karen M., Aquinas Junior College 
Keough, Darren W., Wentworth Institute 
Keyes, Mark J., University of Mass. (Amherst) 
Kibort, Nancy L., Framingham State College 
Kiejzo, Alexander R., 

Middlesex Community College 
Kilday, Joyce W., Salem State College 
King, Dennis F., Westfield State College 
King, John, Northeastern University 
King, Warren E., 

University of Massachusetts (Amherst) 
Kleiner, Randy I., 

University of Massachusetts (Amherst) 
Kring, Nancy M., Lowell State College 
Kwiatowski, Constance, 

Springfield Technical Community College 
Lacchi, Debra, Mass. Bay Community College 
Laroche, David J., 

Lowell Technological Institute 
Larouche, Joyce V., University of Maine 
Lassalle, Carmen, Bentley College 
Lawton, Karen E., Framingham State College 
Leahy, Mark T., Art Institute of Boston 
Leard, John S., Northeastern University 
LeBlanc, Dianne T, 

Waltham Vocational School LPN Program 
LeBlanc, Jane R., Simmons College 
LeBlanc, Roger N, Franklin Institute 
LeBlanc, Sandra M., 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 
Leger, Brenda A., 

Middlesex Community College 
Lement, Lucy E., 

University of Massachusetts (Amherst) 
Lenza, Edward J., Boston College 
Lenza, Judith L., Garland Junior College 
Liuzzo, Barbara A., 

Massachusettts Bay Community College 
Locke, Kevin M., Northeastern University 
Lord, William J., Bridgewater State College 
Lucchese, Marguerite, 

Framingham State College 
Lunderville, Edward, Bentley College 
Lyons, Edward V., 
Middlesex Community College 
Mahoney, Gael, Brandeis University 
Mahoney, Jayne, 

Robert & Richard Beauty Academy 
Malone, Joseph D., Phillips Academy 
Mangan, Joyce A., Framingham State College 
Mangie, Patricia R., 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 
Mansur, Robert C, Bridgewater State College 
Mara, George M., Emerson College 
Marcantonio, Debra L., 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 
Martin, Virginia C, Katharine Gibbs School 
Mason, Louis A., Henry O. Peabody 
Mazzarini, Lyn A., 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 
McCall, Michael A., 

Henry O. Peabody Voc'l. School 
McCarthy, Joanne M., Northeastern University 
McCarthy, John A., 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 
McCarthy, Kathleen A., 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 
McDonald, Doreen M., Suffolk University 



McDonald, Elizabeth, 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 
McGann, John T., Hebron Academy 
McGann, Robert C, Plymouth State College 
McGovern, Gerald J., 

College of the Holy Cross 
McGovern, Kevin P., 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 
McGrath, Timothy, Northeastern University 
McKenna, Marjorie A., 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 
McNamara, Jane, Berklee School of Music 
McNamara, Matthew J., 

Massachusetts Maritime Academy 
Melanson, Francis, Boston State College 
Meliones, Karen, Lynn Hospital 
Meola, Joseph, Northeastern University 
Michell, Glen, Westfield State College 
Milinazzo, Paula A., 

University of Massachusetts (Amherst) 
Miller, Theresa E., Mass. College of Art 
Mills, Donald W., Suffolk University 
Milton, Gail B., Middlesex Community College 
Mirabile, Nicholas J., Boston College 
Mobilia, Joanne M., 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 
Mola, Mimma M., Boston State College 
Moldoff, Scott L., 

University of Massachusetts (Amherst) 
Moran, Charles M., Boston College 
Moynihan, Stephen, Bentley College 
Mula, Charles J., University of Mass. (Boston) 
Mula, Philip A., 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 
Murphy, Thomas F., 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 
Marray, Nancy J., College of the Holy Cross 
Najarian, Stephen P., 

Springfield Technical Community College 
Nicholson, Hilary J., 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 
Noke, Kathy J., 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 
Noonan, Thomas J., 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 
O'Brien, Paul J., Boston State College 
O'Connell, Karen A., 

Framingham State College 
O'Connell, Mary C, Boston College 
Ohnemus, Jane, College of the Holy Cross 
O'Neill, Leo Jr., Coyne Electrical School 
Orifice, Sarah J., Mass. Bay Community College 
Ormond, Joseph X., Boston State College 
Osganian, Paul E., Worcester Academy 
Owens, Nancy E., Tufts University — 

Jackson College 
Pagnani, Eva, Bentley College 
Palmiotto, Cynthia L., 

University of New Hampshire 
Pearlman, Marjorie G., Wellesley College 
Pedersen, Robert K., Wentworth Institute 
Penzone, Linda R., Framingham State College 
Perna, John J., University of Evansville 
Perron, Barbara V., Northeastern University 
Peruzzi, Daniel J., 

Stockbridge School of Agriculture 
Petricone, Michael A., Northeastern University 
Pinzone, John, ITT Technical School 
Place, Nancy L., Framingham State College 
Poirier, Barbara J., Boston State College 
Poirier, Donald J., 

North Shore Community College 
Porter, Lance L., Assumption College 
Poulin, Doreen A., 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 
Princiotta, Janice B., 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 
Provencher, Kim M., Northeastern University 
Provencher, Vincent, 

Middlesex Community College 
Raguso, Nancy L., 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 
Randolph, Donna L.. Regis College 
Rando, Joseph A., ITT Technical School 
Ravesi, Michael J., University of Massachusetts 

(Boston) 
Reardon. David A., Boston State College 
Rea. William C. Boston L'niversity 
Reynolds. Lawrence F., Boston University 
Riccio. David, Art Institute of Boston 
Richardson, Deborah 

Robert & Richard Beauty Academy 



Ricketts, Donna M., Bryant & Stratton School 
Robichaud, Kevin W., Suffolk University 
Roche, Steven C, Northeastern University 
Roller, Suzanne J., Lassell Junior College 
Rooney, Lee Ann, 

Southeastern Massachusetts University 
Rosen, Elliot D., Wittenburg University 
Rosi, David, Bentley College 
Rourke, Bernice A., North Adams State College 
Ruggiero, Linda M., 

North Adams State College 
Russo, Paula, Boston City Hospital 
Ryan, David, 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 
Sacoco, Maureen J., 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 
Salvucci, Ralph J.. Wentworth Institute 
Sampson, Nancy, Tufts University — 

Jackson College 
Sanasarian, Kenneth, 
Massachusetts College of Pharmacy 
Sangeleer, David G., Framingham State College 
Santa, Patricia M., Merrimack College 
Sarno, Samuel J., Wentworth Institute 
Saulnier, Thomas S., Boston College 
Scafidi, Norman D., Syracuse University 
Sharpe, Barbara A., Radcliffe College 
Shepherd, David, 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 
Short, Joan E., Northeastern University 

(Dental Assistant Program) 
Sickles, Dana R., Berklee School of Music 
Smerlas, Peter F., 

University of Massachusetts (Amherst) 
Smith, David A., Framingham State College 
Smith, William G., Boston University 
Sottile, Nancy A., Newton Wellesley Hospital 
Stahl, John S., 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 
Stanton, Brian P., 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 
Stanton, Michael J., Boston College 
Stark, Susan G., Burdett College 
Steel, Mary, Brandeis University 
Stevens, David G., Plymouth State College 
Stocki, Eric A., University of Mass. (Amherst) 
Streck, Peter R., ITT Technical School 
Sullivan, Catherine, 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 
Sullivan, Michael J., Boston College 
Sumner, Charles L., Suffolk University 
Tamburro, Denise A., Aquinas Junior College 
Taylor, Jonathan, Harvard College 
Taylor, Scott B., 

University of Massachusetts (Amherst) 
Thideman, Anne, Nasson College 
Towne, Janet, Middlebury College 
Tucker, Richard A., Bentley College 
Tupper, Robert S., University of Massachusetts 
Vafiades, Chris J., 

Valenzano, Margaret, Aquinas Junior College 
Vanaria, Mary K., Bentley College 
Vary. Darcy, University of Mass. (Amherst) 
Vasquezi, David, Franklin Institute 
Vincent, Gary, Northeastern University 
Voulgaropoulos, Marga Rita, Tufts University 
Waddick, Robert, University of Notre Dame 
Walker, Ronald, 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 
Wanberg. William T, Northeastern University 
Wellman, Jeffrey S.. Wentworth Institute 
Wenckus, John J . 

Massachusetts Institute of Technology 
Wheaton, Thomas J.. Northeastern Univer- 
White, Dorothy A.. 

Massachusetts Bay Community Collefi 
Whittington, Tern I 

University of Massachusetts (Amherst) 
Wiggin, Donald M . 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 
Wilson. Alice Mane. BranJcis Universitv 
Wilson David A . Brandeis University 
Withrow, Helen C. Framingham State College 
Worth. Lawrence. .Suffolk University 
Wright. Virginia M . McGill University 
Wrynn. Cheryl A.. Burdett College 
Yeu, Sook V.. Vale Univei 
Voting. Colin W . Northeastern L'niversity 
Young. Janella M.. Leominster Hospital 
Zai.i. John A.. Boston University 
Zilinskas. David J., 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 



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First Row: Gary Sjostedt, treasurer, Jacquelyne DeVincent, Mrs. Patricia Malenfant. advisor. Cath- 
erine O'Neal, Kathleen LaShoto, secretary. Second Row: Susan Maquire, Howard Hastie. Veronica 
Kabelka, Karen Cybulski, Pam MacLaughlin. Third Row: Edward Green, Carol Coughlin. John 
Hassett, Michael Netricone, Gary Maillet, Cheryl Maccagnano, Debra LaForest. Linda Sutherland. 
Ann-Marie Dagle, Jean Tousignant. Fourth Row: Kari Njaa, Raymond Boisseau, John Hopkins. 
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First Row: Paul Colantino, Mike Petricone, Edward Lenza, Mike Morizio, Christopher Stepp, Charles 
Moran, Stephen Cellucci, James Martorilli. Second Rows Mr. Pizzi, Carol Marsocci, Laurel Genova, 
Franca Lombardo, Teresa Andy, Maria Vanaria, Karen Doherty, Maureen Doherty, Susan Belliveau, 
Cynthia Raczkowski, Anna Marinaro. 



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Down: Mike Morizio, Christopher Stepp, Stephen Cellucci. Standing: Carol Marsocci, Franca 
Lombardo, Teresa Andy, Laurel Genova, Karen Doherty, Maria Vanaria, Susan Belliveau, Anna 
Marinaro, Mr. Pizzi. 



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Literary Staff 
Advisor 

Mr. John Nicholson 

Editors 

Jeff Lord 
Roger Brooks 

Assistants 

Patty English 
Denise Gardiner 
LeeAnn Rooney 

Nancy Taylor 

Photography 

Joseph Apruzzese 
Walter Bibikow 

Business Staff 
Advisor 

Mr. Peter J. Kennedy 

Assistants 

Sally Fitzgearld 

Kathy Butcher 

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Mike Sullivan 

Denise Flanders 

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On March 17, 1973 the Class of 1974 "Colored 
Their World"; it was the annual Junior Prom. 
For the first time in Waltham High's history the 
prom was catered. A five course dinner was served, 
and there was dancing. The evening was climaxed 
by the selection of the Queen, Cathy Degenhardt, 
and her court, Peggy Doherty and Susan Douglas. 
The class of 1974 had a truly memorable evening. 





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Carla Abramson, Paul Adamaitis, Paul Agrillo, 
Michael Albanse, Carmen Alicea, Debra Allen, Ed- 
ward Allia, Joseph Alongi, Karyn Altman, Therese 
Andy, Carol Anthony, Diane Antico, Louis Antico, 
Joni Arancio, Richard Araujo, Annmarie Arsenault, 
Maureen Arsenault, Michelle Arsenault, Paulette 
Arsenault, Michael Arutunian, Sharon Aspinwall, 
Joseph Attardo, William Aucoin, Joseph Aucoin, 
Leona Aucoin, Paul Aucoin. 



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Robert Aucoin, Daniel Babineau, Richard Badger, Walter Baker, Lee- 
Ann Bamford, Ronald Barber, Paul Baril, Lee Barmakian, Thomas 
Barnes, Janet Baronian, Patricia Baxter, Valerie Bazarian, Danny 
Beaumont, Christine Belcher, Christine Bellan, Donald Bellan, Edward 
Belliveau, Paul Belliveau, Susan Belliveau, Gina Bennett, Brian Benson. 




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Karen Bergeron, Mark Bergeron, Amy Berkman, Diana Berkstresser, 
Linda Bernord, Roland Bernard, Herbert Betters, Peter Biondo, Michael 
Bizzozero, Gayle Blackman, Mary Blanchard, Raymond Boisseau, John 
Bonfiglio, Debra Bonica, Jose Bonilla, Michael Bonvie, Ellen Booth, 
Robert Bordenca, Mercedes Borrll, Anne Boudreau, Eileen Boudreau, 
Sandra Boudrot, Diane Bourgeois, Dorine Bourgeois. 



202 



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215 



Denise Butler, Janis Butler, James Byrne, Kathleen Byron, Doug- 
las Cacciola, Diane Cafarefli, Stephen Caira, Claudine Caissie, 
Laura Callahan, Mary Callahan, Steven Calnan, Debra Caloggero, 
Phillip Calson, Michael Cameron, Joanne Cammisaro, Constance 
Campbell, Kathryn Campbell, Donna Camposano, Brian Canning, 
Catherine Canty, Marty Capello, George Cappadona, Robert 
Cappadona. 





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216 



Mary Callahan, David Callnan, Ronald Cardone. Vincent Carme, 
Marybeth Carney, William Carpenter, Susan Carpentino. John 
Carroll, Anastasia Carter, Anna Marie Caruso, Christine Caruso, 
Rose Mary Caruso, Christine Casella, Douglas Cate, James 
Cavalieri, Daniel Cedrone, Patricia Cellucci. Mary Centola. John 
Cetrano, Susan Chadwick, Franklyn Chaftee. Karen Chambers, 
Daniel Champagne. Mary Chane. Wayne Chernosky. Ann Chias- 
son, David Chiasson. 



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Helen Chiasson, Joseph Chiasson. Anthony Chicco, Frederick Childs. 
Hong Chin, Vivien Chin. Susan Christopher. Carol Cincotta. Donna 
Cincotta. Joseph Cincotta. Michael Cincotta. Michele Circeo. Jeffrey 
Clarke. John Clark, Rebecca Clasby. Sally Col let t, Karen Collins. Mary- 
Ann Collins. Isabel Collura. James Condon. Cheryl Coneeny, Kevin 
Connaughton. Diane Conrad, Anthony Conran 




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Janet Conti, Pennie Contos, Carol Conway, Arlene Conzo, Linda 
Cooper, Elaine Coraccio, William Corbett, Marienne Corcoran, Paul 
Corcoran, Diane Cormier, Kathleen Cormier, Lawrence Cormier, Terry 
Corriveau, Eddie Costa, Richard Cotoni, Francine Cottone, David 
Coyle, Thomas Creedon, Catherine Cripps, Edward Cuerdon, Nancy 
Cugini, Michael Cummings, Susie Curry, Virginia Curtis. 





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220 



Patricia Cusano, Barbara Cutler, Vincent Cuttone, Karen Cybulski, 
Jean Czuczwa, Katherine Dacey, Francis Dagle, Arthur Dagostino, 
Mary Daly, Patricia Daly, Robert Dangelo, Roy Dangelo, Alfred 
Dangio, Donald Davis, Robert Davis, Richard Deamicis, Donna 
Defino, Susanne Defino, Gary Deflice, Ralph Deflorio, Catherine 
Degenhardt, Anne Delaney, Maureen Delaney, Shawn Delorey, Bernice 
Demeo, Patricia Demeo. 




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221 



David Demarco, Susan Demeo, Joanne Dennehy, Daniel 
Deprofio, Suzanne Despres, David Devane, James Deveau, 
Jacquelyne DeVincent, Denise Devlin, Darlene Devoe, Pat- 
rick DiGregory, Anne Marie DeLuca, John Dineen, Robert 
Dion, Doreen DiSanza, Kevin Doherty, Margaret Doherty, 
Patricia Doherty, Francis Domurat, Thomas Donnelly, 
Kenneth Doucette, Kevin Doucette, Lauretta Doucette, 
Donald Doucet, Janice Doucet, Suzanne Douglas. 



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228 



Scott Falconer, Stewart Falconer, Daniel Famosi, Robert Faulstich, 
Philip Ferrante, Richard Fette, Theodore Filandrianos, Barry Fine, 
Noreen Finney, Stephanie Fiore, Geraldine Flanagan, Patrick Flanagan, 
Thomas Flynn, Linda Fogg, Kathleen Foley, Michael Foley, Jeffrey 
Forsblad, Debora Foskin, Gerald Fougere, Thomas Fox, Nancy Franks, 
Douglas Freeman, Gary Freeman, Kathleen French, Joli Fuller, John 
Gagnon, Judith Garrahan. 



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Joseph Gallagher, Paul Gallagher, Gloria Gallitano, Kenneth Gal, 
Laura Gangi, Lawrence Garber, Peter Garcia, Patricia Gardner, Steven 
Garrity, Diane Gaudet, Theresa Gentile, Michael Gilberto, Pamela 
Gillen, AnneMarie Gisbourne, John Giuliano, Phyllis Gleason, Debbie 
Gledhill, Jordan Glen, Maureen Godin, Joseph Goode, Daniel Good- 
win, Sheree Goodwin. 





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241 



Giselle Goguen, Andrea Goode. Lorna Gray, Mark Green. Robert 
Green, Sharon Grigorakos. William Groth, Robert Grubhs. Arthur 
Gullotti. Mark Gullotti, Paul Gullotti, Richard Guzzi, Ronald Hachc. 
Russell Hagopian, Zovig Hagopian, Cathy Hallowell, Susan Hamilton, 
Joseph Hancock. Robert Hanlon, Bernard Harmon. Laura Harron. 
Robert Hastic. 



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Joyce Hayes, Judith Hayes, Karen Hayes, Patricia Hayes, Josiah Hays, 
Gregory Herbert, Deborah Heiser, Herbert Henderson, Sheila Hennes- 
sey, Edmund Herbert, Diane Herron, Robert Higgins, Thomas Hill, 
Patrick Hogan, Donald Hoover, Jack Hoover, Marienne Houston, 
Charles Howard, Robert Howard, Irene Huff, John Hurley, Thomas 
Hylander, Sandra Iannetti, Argent Iodice. 



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Ronald James, Geraldine Jannoni, John Jarrett, Gary Jenks, 
David Jensen, William Jerszyk, Roberto Jiminez, Wayne 
Johanson, David Johnson, Edith Johnson, Gail Johnson, 
Dana Jones, Pamela Jones, James Joyal, Robin Joyal, 
Veronica Kabelka, Mark Kaitz, John Kasper, Debra Kay, 
Mary Keegan, Elizabeth Kelley, Jane Kelley, Michael Kelley, 
Margaret Kelliher, Kevin Kelly, Thomas Kelly, Lisa Kenders, 
Robert Kennen, Gale Kershner, Kathleen Kiely, Jayne Kiley. 





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Patricia Kaminsky, Goo Kim Sung, Mary King, Thomas King, Michael 
Kollatz, Douglas Koskinen, Paula Krahn, Kristine Krom, Anthony 
LaCava, Louis LaCava, William LaFauci, Brian La Flamme, Debra 
LaFountaine, Thomas Lally, Thomas Lamattina, Barbara Landry, 
Denise Landry, Francine Landry, Lisa Landry, Lizann Landry, Gail 
Lane, Marc LaPenta, Deborah LaPorte, Richard LaRosa, Darlene 
LaRosee, Wanda Larrabee, Marc Lashway, Lisa Konz. 



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Ronald Lassman, Susan LaVoie, Lesley Lawrence, Kenneth LeBlanc, 
Michael LeBlanc, Paul LeBlanc, Shirley LeBlanc, Susan LeBlanc, 
Theresa LeBlanc, Debbie Lee, Theresa Leger, Katherine LeLievre, 
Kathleen Lemont, Robert Lemont, Kevin Lepore, David Lerner, Joan 
LeShane, Amy Lester, Winona Lester, Kevin Levey, Patricia Linihan, 
Daniel Link, Louise Lirette, Anita Lituri, Ann Livingston. 





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Donna Lindo, Frances Lombardi, Scott Lombardi, Janice Lombardo, 
Pompea Lombardo, Donald Long, Francis LoPresti, Karen Lorette. 
Janet Lore, Judy Loughlin, Nancy Lowney, Peggy Ann Loynd, Janet 
Lucas, John Lucas, Judith Luna, Cheryl Lupinski, Vincent Lyons, 
Paul Mabardy, Heidi MacArthur, Ann Marie MacDonald, Jane Mac- 
Donald, Brenda MacDougall, Paul MacKay, Roberta MacLennan. Keith 
MacPherson, Cheryl Madden, Kathleen Maguire. 



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Robert Maher, Flaine Mahoney, Bernadette Mail let, Paul Mail let. 
Edward Malloy, David Maloney, Kathleen Maloney. Deborah Man- 
cuso. Vincent Mandile, Patricia Maniace, Linda Manning, I.ynne 
Manning, Joanne Manzon, Nancy Manzon. Debra Mara. Gary 
Marchese, Sheila Marcou. Christopher Marqus. Steven Marsocci, Nancy 
Marston, Brian Martin. 




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Diane Martin, John Martin, Michael Martin, Barry Masho, Clifford 
Mason, John Mattone, Frank Maynes, Mary McCarthy, MaryBeth 
McCarthy, Nancy McCarthy, Patricia McCarthy, Kyle McCluskey, 
Maureen McCue, Lynn McDonald, Terrance McDonald, Kevin Mc- 
Ellin, Sharon McFarland, Patricia McGann, Walter McGovern, Scott 
McGrath, James Mclver, Peter Mclvor, Brian McKeon, Michael Mc- 
Keon, Ann McLaughlin, Karen McLaughlin, Cheryl McMahon Linda 
McNulty, Stephen McShane. 





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Mesite, John Messina, Susan Milioto, George Miller, Leigh Miller 
Marilyn Miller, Melinda Miller, Roy Milner, Patricia Monaghan! 
Elizabeth Montgomery, Francis Montillo, Mary Montooth, Karen 
Mooney, Robert Mooney, Michael Moore, Rory Moore, Patricia Moran 
Joseph Morreale, Vincent Morreale, Mary Moscato, Eileen Moses' 
Matthew Muir, Sebstian Mula, Vincent Mula. 



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nemus, Elizabeth Oliva, Rosemarie Olivo, Catherine 
O'Neal, Ellen O'Neil, Patrick O'Rielly, Mary O'- 
Rielly, Mary Orifice, MaryEllen O'Rourke, Michael 
O'Toole, Stephen Ouellette, William Ouellette, Mar- 
tha Page, Walter Page, Michael Palmerino, Linda 
Palmer, Lorraine Palmer, Neil Palmer, Linda Paoli- 
celli, Joseph Paolino, Carolyn Papia, Beverly Park, 
Trina Parrish, Joseph Pasciscia, Roberta Perkins^ 
Mareanne Profetta. 



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Robert Parker, Richard Patten, Joseph Pavone, Joan Pederson, Edward 
Pelletier, Ronald Pelletier, Albert Peterson, Janell Peterson, Martha 
Pheeney, Nancy Phillips, Daniel Pidgeon, Marlene Pilon, Phyllis 
Pintabone, Sandra Place, Diane Porretta, Diane Pratt, Susan Pratt, 
Michael Prescott, Janet Pridham, Shawna Priestman, Lee Princiotta, 
Gabrielle Provencher, Kathleen Quinn. 



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Ernest Randolfi, Christine Rando, Linda Rando, Stephen Rando, 
James Regan, Kevin Refan, Susan Reilly, Marianne Rheaume, 
Therese Ricci, David Rice, Cynthia Richardson, David Richard- 
son, Robin Richardson, Stephen Richardson, Edward Richard, 
Phillip Rigoli, Cynthia Ripley, Roberta Rizzo, Deborah Robbins, 
Johanna Roberts, John Rogers, Stephen Rogers, Ronald Romard, 
Debra ose, David Rosolko, Lawrence Ross, Steven Rotchford, 
Paul Roughsedge, Margaret Rufo. 





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Michael Salamone, Debra Salvucci. Peter Salvucci. Peter Samp- 
son, Marie Santolucito, Dianne Saulnier. Annette Savoie. Graig 
Sawin, Charles Sawyer. Josephine Scanio. Andrew Schkuta, 
Elizabeth Schrimpf, Stephen Scott, Pamela Sears. Gary Shannon. 
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Siragusa, Christine Smith, Christopher Smith, Cynthia Smith, Dennis 
Smith, Edward Smith, Scott Smith, Keith Solomon, Linda Sookikian, 
Eileen Sottile, David Spencer, Janet Spurr, Paul Stanowicz, Lynne 
Stanton, James Stark, Harold Stedman, John Steinmacher, Sos Michel. 



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Patricia Riggs, Laura Stocki, Carl Streck, Walter Studley, Ann Sullivan, 
David Sullivan, Mary Sullivan, Maureen Sullivan, Maureen P. Sullivan, 
Shauna Sullivan, Sheila Sullivan, Karen Surrette, Debbie Sutherland, 
Patricia Swanton, Brian Swenson, Lisa Swenson, Debbie Swyers, Kim 
Sylvester, Marie Sylvestre, Robert Taranto, Joyce Tavener, Michael 
Tehan, David Teller, Deborah Terrano, Diane Terrano, Maria Testa, 
Eric Thibodeau. 





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Thomas Turcotte, John Tuscher, John Tyman, Steven Uk- 
raine, David Umbrello, Sandra Vaccarello, Alan Vanaria, 
James Vanaria, Philip Vanaria, Dennis Vano, Cynthia 
Velardi, Geraldine Velardi, Janet Veno, Marissa Vidrich, 
Valeri Viles, George Vincuilla, Stephen Vincuilla, Carol 
Vitale. 



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Mary Walazek, Richard Walker, Glenn Wallace, David 
Walsh, Lori Walsh, Thomas Walter, Gayle Ward, Debra 
Weagle, Carol Wenckus, Shirley Wentworth, MaryAnne 
Wheeler, Jeffrey Whelan, Kevin White, Keith Whitmore, 
Shirley Williamson, Sandra Wood, George Wybieralla, 
Alison Wynn, James Young, Terri Young, Ezra Yow, 
Nancy Zarella. 




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Arno, Karen Arrigo, David Arsenault, Gail Arsenault, Henry Ar- 
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Jeanne Cousineau, Karen Couture, Rosanne Craig, Lynn Cramer. David 
Crane, Michael Crane, Robert Crisafulli, Caldo Cristofori, Barbara 
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Robert Dacey, Annemarie Dagle, Scott Dahlin, Karen Dahl, Paul 
Daigle, Barabara Daley, Matthew Daly, Jane Danielson, Katherine 
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Denty, Ann Depass, Thomas Depass, Brenda Devincent, Brian De- 
vincent, Jose Diana, Doreen Dibacco, Robert Dicecca, Darlene Di- 
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Dipronio, Evemarie Dipronio, Michael Distasio, Donald 
Doherty, Maureen Doherty, Herve Doiron, Mona Doiron, 
Bernadette Dollard, Barbara Domek, Kathleen Donovan, 
David Doucette, James Doucette, John Dowcett, Patricia 
Dowcett, Denise Downing, Sue Downing, 
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Durno, James Eckand, Peter Edmunds, James Ehwa, Brian Elliott, 
Annette Emberley, Russell Emmetts, Eileen Erickson, Curt Everett, Mary 
Fahey, Joyce Falone, Pat Falzone, Robert Farago, Mary Faulkner, John 
Faulstich, Mary Favre, Elaine Fearnley, Erik Feddersen. Linda 
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Grenier, David Griffin, Lori Griggs, Mary Grimes, Anne 
Grumney, Judith Grunwald, Lennie Guerin, Deborah Gullotti, 
Robert Haak, David Hachey, David Hagg, Charles Halloran, 
Louis Halloran, Clifford Hamann, Linda Hanley, James 
Hanna, William Hanna, Lauren Hannon, Kath Harrington, 
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Christopher Hayes, Thomas Hernandez. 




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Johnson, Kenneth Johnston, Patricia Johnston, Karen Jones, Teresa 
Jones, Mark Joyce, Paul Joyce, Louis Kabilka, Paula Kamphaus, Mary 
Kantowski, Gregory Kasabian, Kasper Kasparian, Lawrence Kelly, Mark 
Kelley. 





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Robert Kelley, Anne Marie Kelly, Katheryn Kelly, Maureen 
Kelly, Paul Kelly, Robert Kelly, Cheryl Kennedy, David 
Kenney, Norman Kenney, Linda Kenny, Mark Keochane, 
Geraldine Keough, Otho Kerr, David Kezer, Donna Kibort, 
Eileen King, Maureen King, Stephen King, Cynthia Kirch- 
dorfer, Gary Kleiner, Joan Kratoville, Denise Kring, Anita 
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William Lane, Anthony Languzzi, Marie Lapenta, Gregory 
Laronde, David LaRosa, Janice LaRossee, Richard LaRossee, 
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David Lee, George Leger, BDonald Leighton, Deborah LeLievre, 
Stacey LeLievre, Diane Lennon, Nancy Leombruno, Barbara Leonard, 
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Christine Lorette, Nancy Low, Walter Lucas, Paul Lundy, John Lynch, 
Mylon Lyons, Richard Lyons, Beth MacArthur, Cheryl Maccagnano, 
Pamela MacDonald, Richard MacDonald, Judith Machado, Peter 
Maclnnis, Peter T. Maclnnis, Martin MacKenzie, Roderick Mac- 
Kenzie, Steven aMcNeill, Gerald MacNeill, Susan Maguire, Cynthia 
Maher, Joseph Maher, Barbara Mahoney, Eugene Maillet. 





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Marisa Mallozzi, aVIerie Malone. Donna Mancuso, Glenn 
Mann. David Manory. Richard Mansur. Paul Maranian. 
Edward Marcus. Anna Marinard. Thomas Marqus. Carol 
Marsocci, Debra Martin. Michael Martin. Patrice Martin. 
James Martorilli. Karen Mason, Lawrence Matteson. Stephen 
Maynes, James Mayo. John Mazmanian. Steven Mazzarini. 
Deborah McAlpine, Karen NLGihray. Pamela McLaughlin. 



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McDonald, Michael McDonald, William McGeever, Mary McGonigle, 
James McGovern, Carol McGrath, Gary McGrath, Maureen McGrath, 
James McHugh, Robert Mclver, Robert Mclvor, James McKenna, 
Lorraine McKenna, Catherine McLaughlin, Joan McLaughlin, Mar- 
garet McLaughlin, Kevin McMahon. 



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Sharon McManus, Kathleen McNamara, Carole Meade, Paul Meehan, 
Karen Melanson, Antoni Meli, Karen Menard, Rosalyn Mendez, 
Ronald Menditto, Laura Menelly, Barbara Meola, Michael Merrullo, 
Bernard Meyler, John Miller, Terry Miller, Glen Mitchell, Michael 
Mogan, Rita Mogan, Deborah Monahan, Lynn Monaghan, Nicholas 
Mongiardo, Brenda Montagna, Kathleen Mooney, Cheryl Moore. 





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Debra Moore, Richard Morgan, Michael Morizio, Deborah Morreale, 
Sheila Morreale, Cynthia Morrell, Lorraine Mortensen, Darlene Mos- 
man, David Muise, Margaret Muise, John Mula, Virginia Mula, Kath- 
leen Muldoon, Hames Mullaney, David Mullen, Richard Mullen, 
Kristen Mullett, John Murgo, Barry Murphy, Judith Murphy, Lynne 
Murphy, Ralph Murphy, Mary Murray, Lisa Muskalski, Donna Nally, 
Tena Neal, Pamela Nelson. 



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Marie O'Hara, Lynn O'Hearn, Patricia Ohnemus, Marianne O'Keefe, 
Stephen O'Keefe, Deborah Oliver, Ronald Olson, William O'Malley, 
Karen O'Mara, Susan O'Mara, Karen O'eill, Joseph Onofard, Laurie 
Orechia, Bernadette Orlando, Charles Orlando, James O'Rourke, Janet 
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Jane Pearlman, Donald Pearson, Annette Pelletier. Cynthia 
Pelletier, Denise Pelletier, Diane Pelletier, George Penney, 
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Gregory Power, Stephen Pratt, David Preston, Robert 
Princiotta, Steven Princiotta, David Queen, Russell Quigley, 
Cynthia Raczowski, James Rancatore, Paul Rando, Charlene 
Rannuci, Carolyn Rea, Brian Regan, Deborah Reynolds, 
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Rizzo, Kathleen Robertson, Jeannette Robichaud, Pauline 
Robichaud, Beryl Rochatka, George Rochleau, Kathleen 
Rockett, Barry Rogers, Janis Rogers, Donna Rogge, Wayne 
Roldan, Deborah Romard. 





Wr. X 



everone 



187 



Edward Flanagan, John Rooney, Kevin Roy, Joseph Russo, 
Roseanne Russo, Ronda Rust, Paul Ryan, Glenn Ryberg, 
Ernest Sabatino, Laura Sabetti, David Sacco, Stanley Sack,' 
Charles Sacoco, Sharon Samuels, Danna Sanford, John Santa, 
Richard Santos, Carol Sarno, Albert Sarro, Debra Saulnier,' 
Mark Saulnier, Paul Saulnier, Jean Sauro, Joseph Sawtelle' 
Donna Scafidi, Janet Scafidi. 



Wis* tbeCoL 



188 



Loretta Scafidi, Craig Scamman, Christine Scanlon, William Schoener, 
Mark Scholz, Kenneth Seeholzer, Mary Selig, John Sergi, Thomas 
Shanley, Andrea Shaughnessy, Paul Shaughnessy, Carolyn Shaw, Judith 
Shea, Paula Shea, Kathryn Shinnick, Judith Short, Susan Sicotte, Mark 
Silva, Paul Silva, Patricia Silver, Denise Sites, Gary Sjostedt', Julie 
Skotny, Linda Small, Frederic Smerlas, Carol Smith. 



222 





Wis. J4c 



ciues 



V 



189 



Cheryl Smith, Richard Smith, Sharon Soderholm, Susan Somerville, 
Steven Sookikian, Maryann Sottile, Christine Spinelli, Stephen Squires' 
Susan Stafford, Jacqulyn Stamper, Catherine Stanton, Christopher 
Stepp, Carl Strazzulo, Julie Sullivan, Mary Ann Sullivan, Stephen 
Sullivan, Carole Sumner, Gizele Surrette, Linda Sutherland, Diane 
Sweeney, Terry Sweeney, Brian Tavenner, Jean Teaque, Karen Teele, 
Alan Teller, Vincent Terrasi, Carolyn Theriault, Sushil Varughese. 



iVlr. C^naitdn 



9 
197 



Donna Thompson, Jacqueline Thompson, Karen Thursby, Walter Tice, 
Ellen Tierney, Patricia Tierney, Gail Tirone, Anthony Tomao, Danell 
Tomasella, John Tomasello, Jean Tousignant, Robert Towne, Janet 
Trench, Robert Twomey, Robert Umbrello, John Vafiades, Anthony 
Vanaria, Cynthia Vanunen, Phillip Vecchione, Claude Veillaux, Keith 
Venuti, Michael Vezeau, James Vincuilla, Menos Voulgaropoules. 





Wr. on-j 



198 



Jane Walsh, Glenn Ward, Kenneth Ward. David Warson, Mark 
Watson, Heidi Webb. Kenneth Weeks. Joseph Weinberg. Muriel 
Wellington, Gary Wellman. Kathryn Welts. Richard Werblin. David 
Wheaton, George Wheeler, Susan White. Janice Wiggin. Paul Wilbur. 
Adrian Wilkins, Elaine Williams. Julie Williams. Deborah Wilson. 
Judy Wilson, Richard Wilson, Edmund Wong. Clifton Wright. 



223 






II III r. ^rteaie 



y 






022 



Joseph Aucoin, Mary Baker, Elizabeth Barman, Kevin Bannan, Kath- 
leen Bannon, Angela Barba, Elizabeth Bardsley, Kevin Bardsley, Nina 
Barlit, Anrea Barkakian, Charles Barry, David Barry, John Barr, Gina 
Bassakides, Judith Bastarache, Lisa Battaglino, Mabel Bearisto, Bonnie 
Beaton, Robert Beaudoin, Cynthia Becker, David Beckwith, Donna 
Bedigian, Mark Beers, Scott Belliveau, Grgory Benet, Cindy Berg. 



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128 



Mary Fedele, Michael Felix, Jay Ferrara, Karen Ferro, Peter Ferro, 
Sally Ferro, Leonard Finamore, Earle Fine, Henry Fitzgerald, Michelle 
Fitzgerald, Jane Fitzsimmons, Stephen Flanders, Nancy Fonseca, 
Donald Forester, Sandra Forte, Bonnie Foskin, Janice Foskin, Domenic 
Foti, Jeanmarie Fox, Donna Frisoli, Yvonne Frye, Scott Fuller, 
Veronica Gagnon, Deborah Gallant, Donald Gallant, Paula Gallitano, 
John Kelly, Gregory Kerr. 



Mil * A I via a rath 



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140 



Michael Galvin, Merilee Gamble, Deborah Gardner, Randall Gardner, 
Kathy Garrity, Kenneth Gaudet, Mary Gebo, Danita Gemelli, Laurel 
Genova, Thomas Gettings, Diane Giardina, Deborah Gicka, Catherine 
Gilles, Charles Giorgetti, Lawrence Giorgianni, Joan Gisbourne, 
Richard Gledhill, Steven Godfrey, Gisele Goguen, Paulette Goguen, 
Cheryl Gondofold, Susan Goodrich, Michael Goodwin, Charles Gordon, 
Patricia Gorgone, John Goulding, Elizabeth Powers. 



Wit* J, 



rwin 



144 



Donna Hayes, Pamela Hayes, Wesley Hays, Dale Headley, Brian 
Heffron, Cheryl Heiser, Alicia Hernandez, David Herron, Richard 
Hersey, Mary Hession, Mark Hickey, John Higgins, Catherine Hill, 
Joyce Hingey, Dorothy Hodge, John Hopkins, Gail Hough, Joanne 
oward, Paul Huber, James Huff, William Hughes, Frederick Hurley, 
Renee Hurley, Mark Hylander, Christopher Hyde, Elizabeth Homes. 



224 



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Get that ball 



228 




C'mon, Let's move it ! 



Waltham 32 Maiden 6 

Brookline 14 Waltham 6 

Arlington 25 Waltham 14 

Haverhill 25 Waltham 6 

Waltham 20 Weymouth North 8 

Lowell 14 Waltham 6 

Brockton 46 Waltham 18 

Newton 36 Waltham 8 

Waltham 20 Somerville 18 

Won— 3 Lost— 6 




Watch out . . 




Where is everyone? 




229 



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Down: Chirstopher Smith, Dave Annercherico, Kevin Kelly, John Leard, Bill Clarke, Roger Biron, 
Regis Boudreau. Standing: Coach Walter Brinn, Jean Guy Belliveau, Fran Melanson, Joe Lazarro, 
Bruce Campbell, Bill Groth, Jay Bell, Bob Kelley, Steve Happeny, Kenneth Doucette. 



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Roger Biron, Jay Bell, and Bill Clarke, Waltham's high score line 



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The fans loved it ! 






Fran Melanson 



Regis Boudreau 



Jean Guy Belliveau 



Walt ham' s own French Connection 




you tell 'em coach 




Waltham 3 Brookline 

Waltham 5 Weymouth North 2 

Waltham 5 Weymouth South 

Waltham 8 Newton 4 

Waltham 4 Hingham 2 

Waltham 6 Cambridge Latin 3 

Waltham 3 Brockton 1 

Waltham .6 Rindge Tech 

Waltham 3 Brookline 

Waltham 6 Weymouth North 

Waltham 8 Weymouth South 

Waltham 4 Newton 2 

Waltham 6 Hingham 3 

Waltham 7 Cambridge Latin 1 

Waltham 3 Brockton 3 

Waltham 5 Rindge Tech 

Waltham 1 Arlington 1 

Waltham 3 Arlington 2 

♦Waltham 4 St. John's 3 

*Malden Catholic 4 Waltham 2 

Won— 17 Lost— 1 Ties— 2 



Waltham High at Boston Garden 



231 



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Your lookin' for it pal 



*Natick 

Weymouth North 

Arlington 

Waltham 

Waltham 

Waltham 

Newton 

Waltham 

Waltham 

Waltham 

*New Britain 

Arlington 

Waltham 

Waltham 

Waltham 

Brockton 

Waltham 

**Newton 
*Non League **Playoff 



16 Waltham 5 

13 Waltham 1 

8 Waltham 5 

9 Weymouth South 6 

8 RindgeTech 

5 Cambridge Tech 4 

10 Waltham 3 

5 Brookline 

7 Brockton 2 

5 Weymouth North 1 

12 Waltham 5 

5 Waltham 4 

3 Weymouth South 1 

9 Rindge Tech 3 

9 Newton 2 

6 Waltham 1 

5 Brookline 2 

5 Waltham 2 

Final Record — 11 wins 8 Losses 



232 




First rows Peter Smerlas, Jungy Belliveau, Tom Scafedi, Charles Hinckley, Terry McGann, Paul 
Gallant, Bill Clarke, Dick Elliott. Second Row: Al Vanaria, George Cappadona, Dave Devane, 
George Vinciulla, Ed. Allia, Bill Groth. Third Row: Frank Attardo, Jerry Sivagousa, Bob 
Chiavidone, Tony Arena, Ed Logue. Missing: Coach Yetten. 




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Brockton 113 Waltham 

Waltham 81 Cambridge Latin 

Newton 92 Waltham 

Arlington 76 Waltham 

Waltham 73 Brookline 

Weymouth North 84 Waltham 

RindgeTech 88 Waltham 

Weymouth South 104 Waltham 

Won— 2 Lost— 6 




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Waltham 
Waltham 
Waltham 
Waltham 
Waltham 
Waltham 



15 
18 
17 
19 
21 
15 



Weymouth South 22 

Won— 6 



am 39 

Cambridge Latin 50 

Newton 44 

Arlington .... .... 46 

Brookline .... 41 

Weymouth North 38 

Rindge Tech 48 

Waltham 37 

Lost — 2 



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Waltham 43.5 

Waltham 54 

Newton 44 

Waltham 50 

Waltham 54 

Weymouth North .44.5 

Rindge Tech 48 

Weymouth South .68 

Won— 4 



Brockton 42.5 

Cambridge Latin 32 

Waltham 42 

Arlington 36 

Brookline 41 

Waltham 41.5 

Waltham 38 

Waltham 18 

Lost — 4 




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In for two 





Score ! 



Coach Prohovich 




Defense 



236 




First Row: Steve Godfrey, Joe Alongi, Capt. Steve Roche, Al Vanaria, Greg Demeo, Tony Rigoli. 
Second Row: Leo Arsenault, Jim Fucci, Rick Mansur, Brian Stanton, Peter Smerlas, Dave Shepard, 
Coach Prohovich. 




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Rindge Tech 71 

Brockton 73 

Lowell 64 

Cambridge Latin 81 

Arlington 74 

Waltham 58 

Newton 72 

Brookline 52 

Weymouth North 49 

Somerville 59 

Rindge Tech 69 

Brockton 62 

Cambridge Latin 75 

Arlington 49 

Waltham 44 

Newton 50 

Brookline 71 

Weymouth North S6 

Somerville 47 

Waltham 5 1 

Won— 3 



Waltham 

Waltham 

Waltham 

Waltham 

Waltham 

Weymouth South 

Waltham 

Waltham 

Waltham 

Waltham 

Waltham 

Waltham 

Waltham 

Waltham 

Weymouth South 

Waltham 

Waltham 

Waltham 

Waltham 

Lowell 

I OSt — 17 



58 
57 
62 
53 
44 
49 
46 
49 
39 
58 
48 
58 
61 
39 
37 
34 
63 
48 
35 
44 









Now what? 



Waltham 
Waltham 
Won— 4 



Tournament Bay State 



66 

57 



Billerica 
Boston Tech 
Lost— 18 



26 
62 



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Waltham 54 

Brockton 64 

Needham 49 

Waltham 50 

Seekonk 64 

Waltham 56 

Brookline 57 

Lexington 66 

Boston Latin 58 



Catholic Memorial 4( 

Waltham 3 

Waltham 4( 

Norwood 4 i 

Waltham 31 

Cambridge Latin y 
Waltham y 

Waltham 2S 

Waltham 3<: 

Lost — 6 



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Waltham 31 

Waltham 27 

Waltham 36 

Waltham 31 

Waltahm 40 

Waltham 44 

Waltham 26 

Waltham 22 

Waltham 36-33 

Waltham 18 

Waltham 37 

Waltham 26 

Waltham 52 

Waltham 26 

Won— 8 



Duxbury 36 

Stoughton 39 

Weymouth South 21 

Newton 37 

Weston 16 

Woburn 25 

Brookline 29 

Weymouth North 43 

Maiden 15 

Wakefield 17 

Newton South 39 

Brockton 28 

Foxboro 25 

Winchester 18 

Braintree 27 

Lost — 7 




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Somerville 5 

BCHigh 5 

Waltham 

Arlington 4 

Medford 2 

Cambridge Latin 4 

RindgeTech 3 

Newton 4 

Brockton 2 

Somerville 5 

BCHigh 1 

RindgeTech 1 

Brookline 3 

Arlington 3 

Medford 7 

Waltham 2 

Newton 3 

Brockton 3 

Won— 



Waltham 2 

Waltham 2 

Brookline 

Waltham 2 

Waltham 1 

Waltham 1 

Waltham 2 

Waltham 

Waltham 

Waltham 2 

Waltham 

Waltham 

Waltham 1 

Waltham 1 

Waltham 

Cambridge Latin 2 

Waltham 2 

Waltham 1 

Lost — 16 Ties— 2 










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239 



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Waltham 902 

Waltham 884 

Waltham 902 

Waltham 905 

Waltham 907 

Waltham 893 

Waltham 892 

Waltham 904 

Waltham 894 

Waltham 906 

Waltham 906 

Won— 11 



Watertown 779 

Marboro 883 

Concord 776 

Braintree 835 

Acton 802 

Newton 890 

Wayland 891 

Bedford 895 

Maiden 871 

Melrose 806 

Quincy 803 

Lost — 



The coach eyeing the scores 




Ready! . . . Aim! . . . Fire! 






Shooting from the prone position 



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Front- Jane Ohnerous— Captain. Left to rights Ellen Andrews Sally 
Fitzgearld, Sharon Biooks, Janice Pnnciotta, Peggy Doherty. Merc. 
Borrell. Absent: Cheryl Cianci. 




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leader 



Laurel Doucette, Barbara Po.rier Janet Towne, taWM Carol Brunaccini-Captain. Linda 
Beaudoin, Janice Doucet, Bernice Rourke, JoAnn Mangini. 



241 



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Final Record 
1 win 4 Losses 







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242 





^oPtbatl 




Waltham 


12 


Brookline 


6 


Arlington 


9 


Waltham 


5 


Waltham 


16 


Cambridge 


3 


Waltham 


8 


Brockton 


7 


Waltham 


27 


Brookline 


10 


Arlington 


5 


Waltham 


4 


Waltham 


25 


Newton 


17 


Waltham 


7 


Cambridge 


4 


Waltham 


10 


Brockton 


4 


Waltham 


20 


Newton 


2 


Won— 8 




Lost— 3 





Standing: Valerie Viles, Barbara Brooks, Mary-Jane Faulkner. Ann Marie DePass, Jean Nadeau. 
Deborah LeForest, Mrs. Skavinski. coach, l.u Rou- Scaled: Nancy Hayden, Donna Gabnelli. 
Karen Doherty, Kathy Noke, Lany Dunbar. 



243 



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d5adketball 




First Row: Paula Shea, Cheryl Meliones, Barbara Daley, Deborah Hill, Kathy Ncke, Lany 
Dunbar, Kathleen Donovan. Second Row: Katherine Garrity, Mary-Jane Faulkner, Mrs. 
Skavenski, Miss Nolan, coach, Roseann Craig, Deborah Wilson. Third Row: Susan Sicotte, 
Valerie Viles, Mary Beth Carney, Sandra Place, Mary Steele, Elise Dion. 



Waltham 


78 


Arlington 


Brockton 


7.3 


Waltham 


Waltham 


=n 


Brockton 


Waltham 


50 


Newton 


Waltham 


53 


Brookline 


Brookline 


n 


Waltham 


Arlington 

Waltham 


41 


Waltham 


37 


Cambridge 


Newton 


37 


Waltham 


Cambridge 

Won— 6 


44 


Waltham 


Lost — 4 


State Tournament- 


-1st Round 


Waltham 


43 


Chelmsford 


2nd Round 






Waltham 


25 


Andover 



Waltham 

Waltham 

Waltham 

Newton 3 

Waltham 2 

Waltham 

Waltham 

Waltham 2 

Waltham 1 

Waltham 3 

Won— 4 



Arlington 

Cambridge 

Newton 3 

Waltham 

Brookline 

Arlington 1 

Cambridge 

Brockton 

Brookline 

Brockton 1 

Lost — 3 Ties — 3 



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v 




Bottom Row: Teresa Leger, Cheryl Meliones, Karen Altman, Deborah Wilson, Nancy Murray, 
Susan Sicotte. Top Row: Christine Howard, Janet Conti, Marybeth Carney, Pamela Sears — 
Captain, Isabel Allan — Coach, Mary Jane Faulkner, Sandra Place. 



244 



Final Record 
3 wins 1 1 Losses 



D. 



ennis 



3. 



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Front Row: Cynthia Palmiatto, Linda Cooper, Kathy McNamara, Barbara Croft, Donna 
Mancuso, Kathy Shinnick. Back Row: Nancy Marston, Sally Collett, Carolyn Show, Mrs. 
Isabel Allan (Coach), Co-Capt. Elaine Dunham, Co-Capt. Kim Day, Patricia Dunham, Cathi 
Degenhardt. 



Uolieuball 



r 




Waltham 


16,15 


Newton 


14,13 


Waltham 


15,15 


Brookline 


6, 3 


Waltham 


15, 7, 9 


Cambridge 


8,15,15 


Waltham 


15, 3,15 


Arlington 


0,15,11 


Waltham 


3, 6 


Brockton 


15,15 


Waltham 


15,15 


Newton 


12, 7 


Waltham 


15, 7,15 


Brookline 


7,15 


Waltham 


15,15 


Cambridge 


1, 2 


Waltham 


12,15,12 


Arlington 


15, 0,15 


Waltham 


15, 7,13 


Brockton 


7,15,15 


Won— 6 Lost— 4 







First Row: Joan Hassett, Cheryl Meliones, Debbie Hill — Captain, Jackie DeVincent, Janice 
Doucet. Second Row: Mary Sullivan, Manager, Karen Altman, Barbara Poirier, Sandi Place. 
Miss E. Castros — Coach. 



245 



PBHlMMMMi&E&afl 





■ 



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FRIENDS OF 



: I 



Dr. Sidney J. Allman 
Francis A. Beer, M.D. 
Drs. Freda & Peter Beer 
A. P. Bloomenthal, M.D. 
Dr. & Mrs. Bruce A. Bochman 
Warren R. Bolten, Esquire 
Morris J. Bordenca, M.D. 
Arnold S. Brill, M.D. 
Charles P. Burgess 
Douglas E. Butman, M.D. 
Joseph J. Caravaglio, M.D. 
Felix E. Cincotta, Esquire 
Dacey & Dacey, Attorneys 
Arthur Finn, Esquire 
Flynn & Flynn, Attorneys 
Dr. Murray Freedman 
Edwin W. Guiney, M.D. 



248 



WALTHAM HIGH SCHOOL 



Theodore H. Goguen, Jr. 
Irad B. Hardy, M.D. 
Attorney John P. Higgins 
Joseph A. Holmes, M.D. 
Joshua J. Hurwitz, M.D. 
Jenney & Jenney, Attorneys 
Dr. Paul Levy, D.D.S. 
Robert S. Marsh 
John C. McManama, M.D. 
Joseph F. Merola, M.D. 
John L. Morrison, M.D. 
Dr. Jack A. Namias, D.D.S. 
Dr. Norman Paster, O.D. 
Nicholas J. Semenza, M.D. 
Dr. Lawrence T. Shields 
John D. Sweeney, M.D. 
Warren G. Young, D.M.D. 



249 

























250 



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Congratulations 




to the 




Graduating Class of 1973 




Waltham Insurance Center 




LEO GALLITANO 




Class of 1938 




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MARY BURLOS 



FRANCIS CARNEY 



MARIE KERRIER 




ANN MARIE FOLEY 
JAMES GIARDINA 
JAMES KARELAS 
GARY KAUPELIS 
JUDITH McSWEENEY 
DOROTHY MIRASOLA 
GORDON RIGGS 
MICHAEL ROLLO 
ROXANNE YAHN 
MARY ELLEN YAROSSI 
RAYMOND YEE 



JUDITH YEO 



BRAMWELL YOUI 



KEVIN YOUNG 



MARY YUNG 
RAYMOND ZADROZNY 
FRANCES ZAIA 



PAUL ZEYTOONIAN 



254 



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CYNTHIA PHELAN 



LYNN PIACENTINO 



RICHARD PIDGEON 



PAMELA PILON 



MICHAEL PINZONE 



DOREEN PITTS 



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RICHARD PITTS 

DAVID POIRIER 

LINDA POIRIER 

GREGORY POWER 

STEPHEN PRATT 

DAVID PRESTON 

ROBERT PRINCIOTTA 

STEVEN PRINCIOTTA 

DAVID QUEEN 

RUSSELL QUIGLEY 

CYNTHIA RACZOWSKI 

JAMES RANCATORE 
PAUL RANDO 




CHARLENE RANUCCI 



CAROLYN REA 



BRIAN REGAN 



DEBORAH REYNOLDS 



DANIEL RHODES 



CHERYL RICCI 



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340 



JOAN HASSETT 
PATRICK HEALY 
TODD HIGGINS 
DEBORAH HILL 
CHARLES HINCKLEY 



ROGER LEBLANC 
RONALD LEBLANC 
SANDRA LEBLANC 
STELLA LEBLANC 
JANICE LEFORT 
RONALD LEGER 
BRENDA LEGER 



354 



ANN HINES 
SUSAN HINES 
ALISON HOLMAN 
DEBORAH HOPKINS 
DAVID HORAN 



CHRISTINE HOWARD 
GEORGE HOWARD 
BERNADETTE HUBER 
DAVID HUBLER 
LILLIAN JEFFERS 
KENNETH KASABIAN 



EDITH LEIGHTON 
LUCY LEMENT 
JAMES LENNON 
EDWARD LENZA 
JUDITH LENZA 
JANICE LEOMBRUNO 



ROSEMARIE LEPICEK 
BARBARA LIUZZO 
JOSEPH LIVOLI 
KEVIN LOCKE 
DIANE LORD 



256 




318 



PETER CANEPARI 
DEBORAH CINCOTTA 
ROBERT CINCOTTA 
DOUGLAS CLAFFEY 
DAVID CLANCY 
WILLIAM CLARKE 
LAWRENCE CLOUGH 
NANCY COBB 
STEPHEN COBB 
LAWRENCE COEN 




STEPHEN CONRAN 
JAMES COOPER 
DONALD COPSON 
WILLIAM CORCORAN 
EARL COREY 
DEBRA CORMIER 




DALE COLANTROPO 
SUSAN COLEMAN 
BERNADETTE COLLURA 
ANGELO COLON 
PAULETTE COMEAU 
FRANK COMPOSTO 



JOANNE CORMIER 
LEO CORMIER 
NORMA CORMIER 
RICHARD CORMIER 
RONALD CORMIER 
ARLENE CORREIA 



ANNE CONNAUGHTON 
MAUREEN CONNOLLY 
STEVEN CONNORS 
RUSSELL CONNOR 
DOUGLAS COOK 
MICHAEL CUTLER 




SALLY CORRIGAN 
KATHLEEN COSGROVE 
MARGARET COSGROVE 
DENISE COTE 
JOHN COTONI 
SUSAN COUGHLIN 
ELISABETH CRANE 
LESLIE CRANE 
ROSEMARY CREEDEN 
WILLIAM CREONTE 
JOHN CRONIN 
NANCY CROSSMAN 
ELLEN CROWE 
MARK CURRIE 
JANET CUTLER 



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257 



TO THE CLASS OF 73 

Sincere congratulations, 
Class of 73; 

A world of peace awaits you, 
And you now hold the key. 

You are the first to graduate, 
In a land where peace abides; 
The war has ceased in Vietnam, 
The door is opened wide. 

The knowledge you have gathered, 
The truths that you hold dear; 
Will help you to attain your goal, 
Throughout the coming years. 

This lovely land we live in, 
Our heritage from the past, 
Is yours to mold and cherish, 
Now that peace is here at last. 

Plan to make more progress, 
In scientific gains; 
Face the problems of the world, 
Til' only truth remains. 

Protect our country's beauty, 
It's mountains, fields, and streams; 
Keep them pure, and clean, and fair, 
A land of hopes and dreams. 

Sincere congratulations, 
Class of 73; 

A world of peace awaits you, 
Please keep it safe and free. 



From 



THE KIRSCH REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE OFFICE 

"Realtor" 

550 Moody Street 
Waltham 



258 



LOUIS J. KIRSCH, JR. 
WELTON D. BROWN 
EDWARD FRYE 



LOU KIRSCH, 3rd 
FRED JOSLYN 
FRED WILDER, 3rd 




Formalwear, Ltd. 



Our formal attire will be as fitting for 
your wedding as it was for your prom. 

Remember us in the years to come. 



Jim McElroy, Jr. Roger McElroy 



215 



DENISE BUTLER 



JANIS BUTLER 



JAMES BYRNE 



KATHLEEN BYRON 




DOUGLAS CACCIOLA 



DIANE CAFARELLI 



STEPHEN CAIRA 



CLAUDINE CAISSIE 



LAURA CALLAHAN 



MARY CALLAHAN 



STEVEN CALNAN 



DEBRA CALOGGERO 



PHILLIP CALSON 



MICHAEL CAMERON 



JOANNE CAMMISARO 



CONSTANCE CAMPBELL 



KATHRYN CAMPBELL 



DONNA CAMPOSANO 



BRIAN CANNING 



CATHERINE CANTY 



MARY CAPELLO 



GEORGE CAPPADONA 



ROBERT CAPPADONA 



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ROBERT GALLANT 
NANCY GELFUSA 
MARY GENEROSO 
PATRICIA GEPPERT 
DEBRA GERELDS 
ROBERT GETTINGS 
JEFFREY GIBBS 
JOSEPH GILBERTO 
ELIZABETH GILLIS 
LOUIS GIORGETTI 



MARY GLYNN 

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DIANE BURKE 
PATRICIA BURKE 
SUSAN BURKE 
THOMAS BURKE 
JAMES BURNS 
KATHRYN BUTCHER 
PAMELA BUTCHER 
GERALD BYRNE 




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PAMELA CAIN 
EDWARD CAIRA 
MARIELLE CAISSIE 
JAMES CALLAHAN 
MICHAEL CAMMISARO 
BRUCE CAMPBELL 



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JEAN CAMPOSANO 
LYNN CANNISTRARO 
ELAINE CANNON 
THOMAS CAPPADONA 
MARK CARAMANICA 
JUDITH CARDILLO 



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DENISE ARSENAULT 
KENNETH ARSENAULT 
LEO ARSENAULT 

ROGER ARSENAULT 
RAYMOND ARSENEAU 
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ROSE ATTARDO 
DARLENE AUCOIN 
DENISE AUCOIN 
EDMOND AUCOIN 
MARY AUCOIN 
WILLIAM AUCOIN 




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DAVID AUSTIN 
ANGELO AVERSA 
GUNTER BABURINS 
DIANE BADGER 
BARBARA BAKER 
STEPHEN BAKER 
SUSAN BALDARO 
EDWARD BALLO 
STEVEN BARDEN 
ANTHONY BARRILE 
JANET BARRY 
MARY BARRY 
TIMOTHY BAUER 



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DAVE LAROCHE 

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WILLIAM SMITH 
NANCY SOTTILE 
JOHN STAHL 
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MARIE THOMPSON 



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DANIEL TIERNEY 



DEBORAH TOTAGRANDE 



JANET TOWNE 



JOHN TRIFILETTI 



RICHARD TUCKER 



ROBERT TUPPER 



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QUEEN CLEANERS 

266 Moody Street 
Waltham 



MULLANEY'S PHARMACY 

463 Main Street 
Waltham 



IDEAL CLEANERS & DYERS 

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Compliments 

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41 1 Main Street 
Waltham 



WILLARD JEWELRY 

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721 Moody Street 
Waltham, Mass. 02154 

894-5962 



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ANTHONY CHICCO 
FREDERICK CHILDS 
HONG CHIN 
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SUSAN CHRISTOPHER 
CAROL CINCOTTA 
DONNA CINCOTTA 
JOSEPH CINCOTTA 
MICHAEL CINCOTTA 
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JOHN CLARK 
REBECCA CLASBY 
SALLY COLLETT 
KAREN COLLINS 
MARYANN COLLINS 



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JAMES CONDON 
CHERYL CONEENY 
KEVIN CONNAUGHTON 
DIANE CONRAD 
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DAVID FAVRE 
SALLY FITZGERALD 
ROBERTA FRANKS 
HOWARD FREEDMAN 
ROBERT FREEMAN 



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PAULA FRENCH 
ROBERT FRESE 
MARGARET FRYE 
JAMES FUCCI 
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DONNA GABRIELLI 
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PATRICIA GAGNON 
NANCY GALLAGHER 
PAUL GALLANT 
WILLIAM GAMBLE 
ELIZABETH GANDOLFO 
DENISE GARDINER 
MICHAEL GARRITY 
FRED GARVIN 
JAMES GAUDET 
LINDA GAUDET 
STEVEN GAUDET 



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401 Main Street 
Waltham 

891-8777 



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576 South Street 
Waltham, Mass. 



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210 Lexington Street 
Waltham, Mass. 




ALPHAGRAPHIC 




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Complete 
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348-386 Moody Street 
893-7053 



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MARK ROGERS 
MARGO ROLDAN 
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DAVID ROSI 
BERNICE ROURKE 
LINDA RUGGIERO 
PAULA RUSSO 
CHERYL RYAN 
DAVID RYAN 
MAUREEN SACOCO 
JANET SALVATO 
RALPH SALVUCCI 
NANCY SAMPSON 
KENNETH SANASARIAN 
DAVID SANGELEER 
PATRICIA SANTA 



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JOSEPH MEOLA 
JAMES MERCURIO 
RICHARD MICHELL 
PAULA MILINAZZO 
MICHAEL MILLER 
THERESA MILLER 
EDWARD MILLIAN 
DONALD MILLS 
GAIL MILTON 
NICHOLAS MIRABILE 
JOANNE MOBILIA 
MIMI MOLA 
SCOTT MOLDOFF 



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KATHERINE MOONEY 
PAMELA MOORES 
CHARLES MORAN 
MARYANN MORREALE 
RUTH MORRELL 



DOUGLAS MOULTON 
STEPHEN MOYNIHAN 
MARK MUISE 
PATTY MUISE 
CHARLES MULA 
PHILIP MULA 



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DARCY VARY 

DAVID VASQUEZI 

LILLIAN VASSELIN 

PAUL VECCHIONE 

CAROLYN VENO 

GARY VINCENT 

RICHARD VINCUILLA 

MARGARITA VOULGAROPOULOS 

VICTOR VYNORIUS 

ROBERT WADE 

RONALD WALKER 

KATHERYN WALSH 




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CHERYL WARREN 
KENNETH WARREN 
DOUGLAS WATSON 
DONNA WEEKS 
JEFFREY WELLMAN 



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JOHN WENCKUS 
WAYNE WENTWORTH 
STEVEN WHALEN 
THOMAS WHEATON 
MICHAEL WILSON 



ROBERT WADDICK 
DOROTHY WHITE 
TERRY WHITTINGTON 
DONALD WIGGIN 
JULIANNE WILBUR 
ROBIN WILKINS 



DEBORAH WILLEMS 
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MICHAEL WILLIAMS 
ALICEMARIE WILSON 
DAVID WILSON 
DORIS WILSON 




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LAWRENCE WORTH 
CAROL WRIGHT 
VIRGINIA WRIGHT 
CHERYL WRYNN 
SOOK YEU 
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JANELLA YOUNG 
ANN YUNG 
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JOHN ZAIA 
SHARON ZAMMUTO 
DAVID ZILINSKAS 
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SANDRA NETT 
KENNETH NEVARD 
CHARLES NEWFELL 
KARI NJAA 
DANIEL OBRIEN 
EDWARD OBRIEN 
MAURA OBRIEN 
JOHN OHARA 
MARIE OHARA 
LYNN OHEARN 
PATRICIA OHNEMUS 
MARIANNE OKEEFE 
STEPHEN OKEEFE 
DEBORAH OLIVER 




RONALD OLSON 
WILLIAM OMALLEY 
KAREN ONEILL 
JOSEPH ONOFARO 
LAURIE ORECHIA 
BERNADETTE ORLANDO 



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JAMES OROURKE 
JANET OROURKE 
DAVID OWENS 
KAREN OMARA 
SUSAN OMARA 



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ALEXANDRO VOULGAROPOULAS 
PETER VOYMAS 
MARY WALAZEK 
RICHARD WALKER 
GLENN WALLACE 



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JOHN WALSH 
LORI WALSH 
THOMAS WALTER 
GAYLE WARD 
DEBRA WEAGLE 




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SHIRLEY WENTWORTH 
MARYANNE WHEELER 
JEFFERY WHELAN 
KEVIN WHITE 
KIETH WHITMORE 
SHIRLEY WILLIAMSON 
SANDRA WOOD 
GEORGE WYBEIRALLA 
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JAMES YOUNG 
TERRI YOUNG 
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194 Moody Street 
Waltham 

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DEBORAH LONBARDO 
DEBORA LOPEZ 
WILLIAM LORENZEN 
CHRISTINE LORETTE 
NANCY LOW 
WALTER LUCAS 
PAUL LUNDY 
JOHN LYNCH 
MYLON LYONS 
RICHARD LYONS 
BETH MACARTHUR 
CHERYL MACCAGNANO 
PAMELA MACDONALD 



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JUDITH MACHADO 
PETER MACINNIS 
PETER T. MACINNIS 
MARTIN MACKENZIE 
RODERICK MACKENZIE 
STEVEN MACNEILL 
GERALD MACNEIL 
SUSAN MAGUIRE 
CYNTHIA MAHER 
JOSEPH MAHER 
BARBARA MAHONEY 
EUGENE MAILLET 



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JOAN DELANEY 
ROBERT DELOSA 
ROY DEMARAIS 
ROBERT DEMARCO 
CHERYL DEMEO 
DIANNE DEMEO 
GREGORY DEMEO 
JOSEPH DEMEO 
RICHARD DEMEO 
CATHLEEN DENNEHY 
DAVID DENNETT 



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DONNA DENTY 
ANN DEPASS 
THOMAS DEPASS 
BRENDA DEVINCENT 
BRIAN DEVINCENT 
JOSE DIANA 
DOREEN DIBACCO 
ROBERT DICECCA 
DARLENE DICREDICO 
KAREN DILLON 



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SUSAN BURKE 
COLLEEN CALLAHAN 
BRIAN CARMICHAEL 
SUSAN CARMODY 
JOHN CARNEY 
BARBARA CARROLL 



CATHERINE CARROLL 
MARK CARUSO 
CHARLES CASELLA 
RUSSELL CASELLA 
WILLIAM CASTELLANO 
STEPHEN CELLUCCI 



DAUTO CENTOFANTI 
PAULA CERICOLA 
KENNETH CHACE 
NANCY CHAISSON 
GERALD CHAMPAGNE 
PAUL CHAPMAN 
JENNIFER CHASE 
STEVEN CHEVOOR 
MICHAEL CHIARELLI 
EDMOND CHIASSON 
CYNTHIA CHILDS 
PATRICIA CHILGREN 
STEVEN CHILIAN 
DIANE CHURAKIAN 
CHERYL CIANCI 
ROBERT CIAVARDONE 



LOUISE BOISVERT 
PATRICE BOLDUC 
JOHN BONICA 
JOHN BORDENCA 
ANTHONY BORRELL 
DENNIS BOUDREAU 
KEVIN BOUDREAU 
PAULA BOUDREAU 
PERRY BOUDREAU 
REGIS BOUDREAU 
ARTHUR BOWEN 
HAROLD BOYD 



313 



ROBERT BREHM 
JULIE BRENNAN 
TRACEY BRIGGS 
LINDA BRINTON 
SARAH BRODERICK 
ROGER BROOKS 



SHARON BROOKS 
DEBRA BROUILLARD 
DONNA BROUILLETTE 
CAROL BROWN 
MARGARET BROWN 
JOSEPH BURGOYNE 



296 




322 



DIANE DOYLE 
PAUL DOZIER 
ROBERT DOZIOS 
ELIZABETH DUDDY 
JOHN DUFFEY 
MARIE DUFFY 
MARY DUGAS 
ELAINE DUNHAM 
LEANNE DUNLAP 
JULIANA DUNNE 
DONNA ECKLAND 
MARTIN EDMUNDS 
KAREN EGAN 
MICHAEL EGAN 
WILLIAM EGAN 
RICHARD ELLIOT 
RICHARD EMMETTS 




PATRICIA ENGLISH 
PETER ERICKSON 
JOANI FALCONER 
MICHAELLE FARRELL 
CAROL FEDELE 
PAMELA FEELEY 



DAVID FELIX 
MARY FERRO 
PATRICIA FITZGERALD 
KAREN FITZSIMMONS 
MARY FLANDERS 
GEORGINA FLINN 



WILLIAM LORD 
LINDA PAGLIAZZO 
EVA PAGNANI 
CYNTHIA PALMIOTTO 
DAVID PANJIAN 
LORRAINE PARK 
MARYLOU PASCISCIA 



DEBRA PATANO 
VIRGINIA PAYNE 
MARJORIE PEARLMAN 
ROBERT PEDERSEN 
SUSAN PEIRCE 
JEANNINE PELLETIER 
LINDA PELLETIER 




ROBERT PELTIER 
SCOTT PENNEY 
LINDA PENZONE 
JOHN PERNA 
BARBARA PERRON 
DANIEL PERUZZI 
MICHAEL PETRICONE 
GLORIA PETRIE 
PATRICIA PEIRCE 
JOHN PINZONE 
NANCY PLACE 
BARBARA POIRIER 
DONALD POIRIER 
JOHN POISSON 
MARION PUGLISA 
WILLIAM SQUIRES 



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DAVID MCDONNELL 
KIM MUNROE 
ANNMARIE MURGO 
ALFRED MURPHY 
SUSAN MURPHY 
THOMAS MURPHY 



IRENE BOURQUE 
JANET BOURQUE 
PATRICIA BOURQUE 
LELA BOWEN 
DONALD BOWERS 
MARGARET BRACKETT 
BETTE BRADY 
JOANNE BREAU 
CATHLEEN BRENNAN 
BARBARA BROOKS 
JOSEPH BROOKS 
STEPHEN BROOKS 



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298 



JAMES MURRAY 
NANCY MURRAY 
STEPHEN NAJARIAN 
HILARY NICHOLSON 
JULIA NIX 
KATHY NOKE 



MICHAEL BROWNE 
CYNTHIA BROWN 
DEBORAH BROWN 
DOUGLAS BROWN 
JANICE BROWN 
JEFFEREY BROWN 



365 



THOMAS NOONAN 
JOSEPH OBRIEN 
PAUL OBRIEN 
KAREN OCONNELL 
MARY OCONNELL 
BARBARA ODONNELL 
BRIAN OHALLORAN 
JANE OHNEMUS 
ELIZABETH OMARA 
SUSAN OREILLY 
SARAH ORIFICE 
JOSEPH ORMOND 
PAUL OSGANIAN 
NANCY OWENS 



PATRICIA BROWN 
CAROL BURKE 
DEBORA BURKE 
JOHN BURLEY 
DAVID BUTCHER 
PAUL CACCIATORE 




MMMMMMMIMM 



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JANET CONTI 
PENNIE CONTOS 
CAROLL CONWAY 
ARLENE CONZO 
LINDA COOPER 
ELAINE CORACCIO 
WILLIAM CORBETT 
MARIANNE CORCORAN 
PAUL CORCORAN 
DIANE CORMIER 
KATHLEEN CORMIER 
LAWRENCE CORMIER 




TERRY CORRIVEAU 
EDDIE COSTA 
RICHARD COTONI 
FRANCINE COTTONE 
DAVID COYLE 
THOMAS CREEDON 



CATHERINE CRIPPS 
EDWARD CUERDON 
NANCY CUGINI 
MICHAEL CUMMINGS 
SUSIE CURRY 
VIRGINIA CURTIS 



DONNA LINDO 
FRANCES LOMBARDO 
SCOTT LOMBARDI 
JANICE LOMBARDO 
POMPEA LOMBARDO 
DONALD LONG 



FRANCIS LOPRESTI 
KAREN LORETTE 
JANET LORE 
JUDY LOUGHLIN 
NANCY LOWNEY 
PEGGYANN LOYND 




JANET LUCAS 
JOHN LUCAS 
JUDITH LUNA 
CHERYL LUPINSKI 
VINCENT LYONS 
PAUL MABARDY 
HEIDI MACARTHUR 
ANN MARIE MACDONALD 
JANE MACDONALD 
BRENDA MACDOUGALL 
PAUL MACKAY 
ROBERTA MACLENNAN 
KEITH MACPHERSON 
CHERYL MADDEN 
KATHLEEN MAQUIRE 



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CAROLYN CALARESE 
CAROLYN CALLAHAN 
FRANCIS CALLAHAN 
JOHN CALLAHAN 
JOSEPH CALLAHAN 
SANDRA CALOGGERO 



GRADE 10 

BRIAN AUCOIN 
AUGUSTINE CENTOLA 
ROBERT CORMIER 
GERARD DEPRES 
PETER INGERSOLL 
MICHAEL KELLY 
RAYMOND LYTTLE 
JOSEPH MANORY 
JAMES MCHUGH 
PATRICK OREILLY 
DONALD RANCOURT 
JOHN ROBICHAUD 
KURT SCHOPEN 
JOSEPH WILLIAMS 
FRANCESCO ALONGE 
GRADE 1 1 
KEVIN BURNS 
NICHOLAS CARAMANIS 
MICHAEL CHIASSON 

AUTO BODY 



JOANNE CAMERON 
RICHARD CAMPANA 
LOUIS CANNISTRARO 
CHRISTINE CANTONE 
JOSEPH CAPELLO 
BARTHOLOMEW CAPPODONA 



PAUL CROWLEY 
ROBERT IMHOFF 
GERARD MARTIN 
ROGER MCDONALD 
DAVID MILLIGAN 
MARK PRESCOTT 
MICHAEL STEELE 
JOHN SULLIVAN 
LUCIANO VELELLA 



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DIANA CARDARELLI 
JOHN CARDILLO 
WENDY CARMICHAEL 
JANE CARMODY 
MARGARET CARNEY 
ENIO CARRETTA 
WALTER CARROLL 
SUSAN CARR 
CYNTHIA CARSON 
CAROLYN CASH 
JOANNA CAVALLO 
CHRISTINE CELLUCCI 
SUSAN CENTOFOUNTI 
PAUL CENTOLA 



GRADE 12 

EDGAR BOUDREAU 
JOHN BOWLESS 
BERNARD CHIASSON 
PAUL DAVID 
MICHAEL LEBLANC 
LAWRENCE PINKHAM 
SCOTT RAINES 
MICHAEL RYAN 




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JANE WALSH 
GLENN WARD 
KENNETH WARD 
DAVID WATSON 
MARK WATSON 
HEIDI WEBB 
KENNETH WEEKS 
JOSEPH WEISBERG 
MURIEL WELLINGTON 
GARY WELLMAN 
KATHRYN WELTS 
RICHARD WERBLIN 
DAVID WHEATON 




GEORGE WHEELER 
SUSAN WHITE 
JANICE WIGGIN 
PAUL WILBUR 
ADRIAN WILKINS 
ELAINE WILLIAMS 



JULIE WILLIAMS 
DEBORAH WILSON 
JUDY WILSON 
RICHARD WILSON 
EDMUND WONG 
CLIFTON WRIGHT 



LEO ALAGNA 
KATHLEEN ALARIE 
ROBERT ALESSANDRO 
FRANCISCO ALICEA 
MICHAEL ALISEO 
MONIQUE ALLAIN 



MICHAEL ALLESA 
JOSEPHINE ALLIA 
EDWARD AMELIA 
MARY JANE ANDERSON 
NICHOLAS ANSARA 
DAVID ANTICO 




JILL ANTICO 
JOHN ARENA 
KATHLEEN ARENA 
RICHARD ARNOLD 
JOSEPH ARNO 
KAREN ARRIGO 
DAVID ARSENAULT 
GAIL ARSENAULT 
HENRY ARSENAULT 
JOANNE ARSENAULT 
RENE ARSENAULT 
ROSEMARIE ARSENAULT 
EVA ARSENEAU 
JOHN AUBERT 
GERALDINE AUCOIN 
KAREN AUSTIN 



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"Great men are they 
who see that spiritual 
is stronger than any 

material force; that 
thoughts rule the world". 



Ralph Waldo Emerson, "Progress of Culture," 
Phi Beta Kappa Address 



BIRD 




PRECISION JEWELS 



RICHARD H. BIRD & CO., INC. / 1 SPRUCE STREET / 
WALTHAM, MASS. 021 54 / TELEPHONE 61 7 894-01 60 
TELEX: 923-441 BIRDJEWEL 



302 



Compliments 
of 



ANTHONY J. LA CAVA 







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303 



FRANCIS J. JOYCE 
&SONS 



Established 
1910 



FUNERAL HOME 



552 Main Street 



Waltham, Massachusetts 
02154 



304 






BEST WISHES 
TO THE 



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HEWLETT JlD, PACKARD 



MEDICAL ELECTRONICS DIVISION • 175 Wyman Street, Waltham. Massachusetts 02154 TWX 710 324 0367 Telephone 617 890-6300 



305 






JOYCE HAYES 
JUDITH HAYES 
KAREN HAYES 
PATRICIA HAYES 
JOSIAH HAYS 
GREGORY HEBERT 
DEBORAH HEISER 
HERBERT HENDERSON 
SHEILA HENNESSEY 
EDMUND HERBERT 
DIANE HERRON 
ROBERT HIGGINS 
THOMAS HILL 
PATRICK HOGAN 
DONALD HOOVER 



242 



JACK HOOVER 
MARIENNE HOUSTON 
CHARLES HOWARD 
ROBERT HOWARD 
IRENE HUFF 
JOHN HURLEY 



THOMAS HYLANDER 
ROBERT HYSON 
SANDRA IANNETTI 
ARGENT IODICE 
LINDA HICKS 
BONNIE HOWARD 




GEORGE E. OLSON, INC. 



for 
MEN and BOYS 

331 Moody Street 
Tel. 893-1088 








Insurance of Every Description 

and 
Bonds 

828 Moody Street 
Waltham 



893-1345 
244-2489 



john p. McQueen 
insurance agency, inc. 




249 



ROBERT MAHER 
ELAINE MAHONEY 
BERNADETTE MAILLET 
PAUL MAILLET 
EDWARD MALLOY 
DAVID MALONEY 



KATHLEEN MALONEY 
DEBORAH MANCUSO 
VINCENT MANDILE 
PATRICIA MANIACE 
LINDA MANNING 
LYNNE MANNING 



LYNNE MANN 
JOANNE MANZON 
NANCY MANZON 
DEBRA MARA 
GARY MARCHESE 
SHEILA MARCOU 
CHRISTOPHER MARQUS 
STEVEN MARSOCCI 
NANCY MARSTON 
BRIAN MARTIN 

307 



BRYAN CERQUA 
JANET CHACE 
GRACE CHAFFEE 
BERNICE CHIASSON 
DANIEL CHIASSON 
ROBERT CHARLES 
SHARON CHACE 
GARY CHATER 
SEMA CHEBOOKJIAN 
BONNIE CHEESEMAN 
KAREN CHENEY 
SUSAN CHEEVOOR 
CHERYL CHIASSON 
DOROTHY CHIASSON 



1 1 1 



JOSEPH CHIASSON 
THOMAS CHIASSON 
MEWLING CHIN 
CELESTE CIMINO 
SALVATORE CINCOTTA 
MARK CLAFFEY 



DEBORAH CLARKE 
LINDA CLARK 
MARY CLARK 
ROBERT CLOSE 
THOMAS COBB 
LEDA COCO 




With Best Wishes 



WALTHAM SPORT CENTER 



800 Lexington Street 



Waltham 







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FREDERICK BRASCO 






FLORIST 






X. 225-229 High Street 






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PAMELA GILLEN 
ANNEMARIE GISBOURNE 










JOHN GIULIANO 






PHYLLIS GLEASON 


JOSEPH GALLAGHER 


PETER GARCIA 


DEBBIE GLEDHILL 


PAUL GALLAGHER 


PATRICIA GARDNER 


JORDAN GLEN 


GLORIA GALLITANO 


STEVEN GARRITY 


MAUREEN GODIN 


KENNETH GAL 


DIANE GAUDET 


JOSEPH GOODE 


LAURA GANGI 


THERESA GENTILE 


DANIEL GOODWIN 


LAWRENCE GARBER 


MICHAEL GILBERTO 


SHEREE GOODWIN 

309 



IH^HHHI 




DAVID DEMARCO 
SUSAN DEMEO 
JOANNE DENNEHY 
DANIEL DEPROFIO 
SUZANNE DESPRES 
DAVID DEVANE 



JAMES DEVEAU 
JACQUELYNE DEVINCENT 
DENISE DEVLIN 
DARLENE DEVOE 
PATRICK DIGREGORY 
ANN MARIE DILUCA 



JOHN DINEEN 
ROBERT DION 
DOREEN DISANZA 
KEVIN DOHERTY 
MARGARET DOHERTY 
PATRICIA DOHERTY 
FRANCIS DOMURAT 
THOMAS DONNELLY 
KENNETH DOUCETTE 
KEVIN DOUCETTE 
LAURETTA DOUCETTE 
DONALD DOUCET 
JANICE DOUCET 
SUZANNE DOUGLAS 
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DIANE MARTIN 
JOHN MARTIN 
MICHAEL MARTIN 
BARRY MASHO 
CLIFFORD MASON 
JOHN MATTONE 
FRANK MAYNES 
MARY MCCARTHY 
MARYBETH MCCARTHY 
NANCY MCCARTHY 
PATRICIA MCCARTHY 
KYLE MCCLUSKEY 
MAUREEN MCCUE 
LYNN MCDONALD 
TERRANCE MCDONALD 



254 



KEVIN MCELLIN 
SHARON MCFARLAND 
PATRICIA MCGANN 
WALTER MCGOVERN 
SCOTT MCGRATH 
JAMES MCIVER 
PETER MCIVER 



BRIAN MCKEON 
MICHAEL MCKEON 
ANN MCLAUGHLIN 
KAREN MCLAUGHLIN 
CHERYL MCMAHON 
LINDA MCNULTY 
STEPHEN MCSHANE 





Best Wishes 

to 

The Class of '73 

PARTY NOOK 

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GOOD LUCK! 



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BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1973 



MOR REAL 



SERVICE 



SEWING MACHINE C£NT£R INC 



126-132 HIGH ST., WALTHAM, MASS. 02154 
Tel.: Waltham 891-5333 — Framingham 875-4471 



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Headquarters for all your 
sewing needs . . . 



"We Keep You In Stitches" 



317 







Congratulations 

and 
All Best Wishes 

to 
The Class of 1973 



GUARANTY- FIRST TRUST COMPANY 




A Better Way To Bank 
For All The People 



899-2100 



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DONNA HAYES 
PAMELA HAYES 
WESLEY HAYS 
DALE HEADLEY 
BRIAN HEFFRON 
CHERYL HEISER 
ALICIA HERNADEZ 



JANICE ABELLI 
CHRISTINE AHLSTROM 
DANIEL ALDEN 
ELIZABETH ALLEN 
PETER ALLEN 
NANCY ANASTASI 
DAVID ANDERSON 
ELLEN ANDREWS 
PAMELA ANGELO 
DAVID ANNECCHIARICO 



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DAVID HERRON 
RICHARD HERSEY 
MARY HESSION 
MARK HICKEY 
JOHN HIGGINS 
CATHERINE HILL 
JOYCE HINGEY 



VICTORIA ANTHONY 
DEBORAH ANTONELLIS 
STEPHEN ANTONELLIS 
ANGELA APRUZZESE 
JOSEPH APRUZZESE 
STEPHEN ARCHDEACON 



144 



DOROTHY HODGE 
JOHN HOPKINS 
GAIL HOUGH 
JOANNE HOWARD 
PAUL HUBER 
JAMES HUFF 
WILLIAM HUGHES 
FREDRICK HURLEY 
RENEE HURLEY 
MARK HYLANDER 
CHRISTOPHER HYDE 
ELIZABETH HOLMES 



ANTHONY ARENA 
JEANNE ARENA 
STEPHEN ARENA 
FRANCES ARNOLD 
LESLIE ARNOLD 
DANIEL ARSENEAU 







175 



KENNETH OSGANIAN 
CATHY OWENS 
JEAN PALMER 
MARCI PANAGGIO 
DEBRA PANICO 
JOANNE PAPIA 
VINCENT PAPIA 
RONALD PARKER 
VINCENT PARK 
ALAN PARRELLA 
ANGELA PAVONE 
JANE PEARLMAN 
DONALD PEARSON 




ANNETTE PELLETIER 
CYNTHIA PELLETIER 
DENISE PELLETIER 
DIANE PELLETIER 
GEORGE PENNEY 
VICKIE PENZONE 
KATHLEEN PERKINS 



MICHAEL PERKINS 
CAROLE PERRUZZI 
BEVERLEY PETERSON 
LAURIE PETERSON 
ANN PETERS 
RICHARD PETRIE 
JOAN PETTENGIL 






SHARON RUSSELL 
ANTHONY RUSSO 
JOHN RYAN 
BARBARA RYNN 
MICHAEL SALAMONE 



DEBRA SALVUCCI 
PETER SALVUCCI 
PETER SAMPSON 
MARIE SANTOLUCITO 
DIANNE SAULNIER 




ANNETTE SAVOIE 
CRAIG SAWIN 
CHARLES SAWYER 
JOSEPHINE SCANIO 
ANDREW SCHKUTA 
ELIZABETH SCHRIMPF 
STEPHEN SCOTT 
PAMELA SEARS 
GARY SHANNON 
ESTHER SHAUGHNESSY 



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YOU CAN'T GET A 

GOOD JOB 

WITHOUT EXPERIENCE. 

WE'LL GIVE YOU BOTH! 

There are plenty of jobs in the want ads. Unfortunately, almost all the 
good ones ask for experienced help. So ask yourself: how can I get ex- 
perience if no one will ever hire me? One answer lies in today's Army. 

We'll hire you at a good salary to start. No experience necessary. 
We'll give you free meals, free medical and dental care, and 30 days 
paid vacation a year. And we'll give all the training and experience 
you'll need in almost any job you want. A job you can make a career of 
in the Army or out of it. 

If you're qualified, you can pick that job training from over 200 courses 
offered, before you join. And after your enlistment is up, you can still 
receive up to 36 months of financial assistance at the college of your 
choice. 

We have too many good things to offer you to make any up. We 
won't guarantee you anything we can't pay off. If we guarantee you 
Europe, start rubbing your skis because you'll need them. Everything we 
guarantee will be put down in writing. We want you to know without a 
shred of doubt that you'll get everything you signed for. So we'll give 
you a card which spells out, in a language you can understand, every- 
thing you signed for. We'll never try to mislead you . . . that's our job. 
You can also pick where you want to work. 

And don't forget ... if you want to spend a little more time around 
home, we have a delayed enlistment program. You can sign up now and 
leave next week, next month or anytime up to six months later. 

These are only a few of the advantages we have. That's why we hove 
top-notch representatives like Sergeant Dan Pluta here in the civilian 
community. He has a motto . . . "Tell It Like It Is." No rosy pictures. 

You can talk with him at no obligation, at 671 Main Street, Waltham 
or call him for an appointment at 894-9289, 891 -0362 or 891 -4434. He 
is here to serve YOU. 

You can join for 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6 years . . . whichever best fits your needs. 



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903 Waltham Street 
Lexington, Mass. 



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CRAIG SCAMMAN 


KATHRYN SHINNICK 


SHARON MCMANUS 


BERNARD MEYLER 


CHRISTINE SCANLON 


JUDITH SHORT 


KATHLEEN MCNAMARA 


JOHN MILLER 


WILLIAM SCHOBNER 


SUSAN SICOTTE 


CAROLE MEADE 


TERRY MILLER 


MARK SCHOLZ 


MARK SOLVA 


PAUL MEEHAN 


GLEN MITCHELL 


KENNETH SEGIEN 


PAUL SILVA 


KAREN MELANSON 


MICHAEL MOGAN 


MARY SELIG 


PATRICIA SILVER 


ANTONI MELI 


RITA MOGAN 


JOHM SERGI 


DENISE SITES 


KAREN MENARED 


DEBORAH MONAHAN 


THOMAS SHANLEY 


GARY SJOSTEDT 


ROSALYN MENDEZ 


LYNN MONAHAN 


ANDREA SHAUGHNESSY 


JULIE SKOTNY 


RONALD MENDITTO 


NICHOLAS MONGIARDO 


PAUL SHAUGHNESSY 


LINDA SMALL 


LAURA MENELLY 


BRENDA MONTAGNA 


CAROLYN SHAW 


FREDRIC SMERLAS 


BARBARA MEOLA 


KATHLEEN MOONEY 


JUDITH SHEA 


CAROL SMITH 


MICHAEL MERRULLO 


CHERYL MOORE 


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PHILLIP RICOLI 




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CHRISTINE RANDO 


CYNTHIA RIPLEY 






LINDA RANDO 


ROBERTA RIZZO 






STEPHEN RANDO 


DEBORAH ROBBINS 


JAY BIGMAN 


JOYCE LAROUCHE 


JAMES REGAN 


JOHANNA ROBERTS 


DEBRA LACCHI 


CARMEN LASSALLE 


DEVIN REGAN 


JOHN ROGERS 


DONNA LAHEY 


SANDRA LAVOIE 


SUSAN REILLY 


STEPHEN ROGERS 


DATHLEEN LAHEY 


DEBRA LAWSON 


MARIANNE RHEAUME 


RONALD ROMARD 


PATRICIA LAMACCHIA 


KAREN LAWTON 


THERESE RICCI 


DEBRA ROSE 


BRIAN LAMBERT 


JOSEPH LAZARO 


DAVID RICE 


DAVID ROSOLKO 


DEBRA LANDRY 


MARK LEAHY 


CYNTHIA RICHARDSON 


LAWRENCE ROSS 


JANESE LANDRY 


JOHN LEARD 


DAVID RICHARDSON 


STEVEN ROTCHFORD 


WILLIAM LANGTON 


DIANNE LEBLANC 


ROBIN RICHARDSON 


PAUL ROUGHSEDGE 


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PAUL ADAMAITIS 
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MICHAEL ALBANESE 
CARMEN ALICEA 
DEBRA ALLEN 
EDWARD ALLIA 
JOSEPH ALONGE 
KAREN ALTMAN 
THERESE ANDY 
CAROL ANTHONY 
DIANE ANTICO 
LOUIS ANTICO 



JONI ARANCIO 
RICHARD ARAUJO 
ANNMARIE ARSENAULT 
MAUREEN ARSENAULT 
MICHELLE ARSENAULT 
PAULETTE ARSENAULT 
MICHAEL ARUTUNIAN 
SHARON ASPINWALL 
JOSEPH ATTARDO 
WILLIAM AUCOIN 
JOSEPH AUCOIN 
LEONA AUCOIN 
PAUL AUCOIN 



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RICHARD PATTEN 
JOSEPH PAVONE 
JOAN PEDERSEN 
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LEE PRINCIOTTA 
GABRIELLE PROVENCHER 
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BRUCE MACDOWELL 
CAROLE MACINNIS 
DONALD MADAGLIA 
DENIS MAHONEY 
GAEL MAHONEY 
JAYNE MAHONEY 
PATRICIA MAHONEY 
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